Question about OEM Systems Car Audio & Video
Radio works fine but my cd player wont take a disc. It's almost like theres a cd jammed in it? Help?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Contacted local dodge dealer about my in dash 6-disc changer problem. Chrysler seems to have an "exchange" program. They will remove your existing radio, install a "factory reconditioned" unit and send yours in to be repaired and sold to someone else. The dealer told me that my CD's would EVENTUALLY be returned to me from Chrysler. The cost I was given was $265 plus sales tax for the exchange unit, and the labor to remove and reinstall. He said about a half hour labor. Compare this to the $604 for a factory new unit. Hope this helps everyone with this problem. I was told by the Service advisor that it is common for this problem.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
are they Burned or copied CD's? CDR, CDRW? cause if they are some radios will not read them and give error messages. if not try using a lazer lens cleaner CD, they sell them at most music stores, you may have lint or dust on the CD lens with summer weather, and pollen in the air and dust, CD player lenses take a beating, so get a WET lazer lens CD cleaner, and that should help fix the problem
Posted on May 26, 2009
Sounds like the fuse went out to me. The fuse box is located next to the emergency brake and the radio fuse will be labeled. I believe it is a 25-fuse which should be clear in color.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
hey man you may need to pull the radio out of the dash unplug it from the harness in back and plug it back in it should reset it and also allow your cd to eject my names josh if you have any questions please feel free to call me 832 248 4144
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
1st try to hit the eject button multiple times in a row. If this doesn't work you have 3 options.
1= pull the radio unit, disassemble case, gingerly remove CD, and reassemble.
2=Go to dealer or repair shop and have them remove. If you have a warranty left, mopar should be able to help. Factory radios have been a problem with Mopar for years.
3= Go buy a new CD and forget about it
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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