The manual says you need two removal "keys" that lock on each side to remove the MP7610 unit. Of course, the people who installed it at Circuit City three years ago never included them in my box. Now my aux cable has a short in it and I need to remove the unit to insert a new one. I've got the face plate off, any other idea's on how to remove it without the keys??? I checked on ebay and called Jensen to no avail.
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First determine the code you want to use; find the tweezers and spare red and blue tumblers if you are going to change the length of your code. The factory-set code is 5 digits. You can only use each key once and the C key cannot be included in your 4-6 digit long code. Next you need to disassemble the lock with the lock kept horizontal during the recoding process. If the lock has been installed, you need to uninstall it from the door. Remove the two mounting screws from the interior face plate. Then separate the exterior section from the spindle connecting it to the interior face plate. If the lock has not been installed or the previous step is done, remove the adapter plate from the back of the digital lock (exterior plate) if it is fitted on the unit. Next remove the four red screws that hold the back plate onto the lock and remove the backplate. Press and hold the C button at the lower left (as viewed from the back where the tumblers are) below the most of the other keys on the faceplate. With the tweezers, remove tumblers and put a red tumbler in the spots corresponding to your new code. Put a blue tumbler in the all of the other spots. Make sure that the color side is up and that the square cutout is facing the side of the lock. (Thus on the right side keys, the square cut faces right and on the left keys, it faces to the left.) When all of the tumblers are in place, release the C button. Test your code and check that it works after replacing the backplate and adapter plate but before putting the lock on the door. Save the tweezers and additional tumblers for future code changes.
Of course this requires a specail Kent Moore tool but I have removed the ignition switches with a pair of pin punches looking at the switch from key side there are two holes to place the punches press them in and pull down on switch. the lock cylinder comes out by starting in lock position and pressing the small pin on its side and rotating cylinder to the on position and pull out.
If the key does not turn at all in the ignition tumbler then your going to need to drill a hole in the side of the steering lock in order to manually release the steering lock and remove it complete with the ignition tumbler attached. If you get a new steering lock you can examine it to see exactly where to drill the hole and how to manually release it. If the key does turn at least to position 1 then all you need is the removal pins that slide into the small holes around the face of the tumbler. If there are no holes then once the key is in position 1 all you have to do is turn the tumbler housing to the left until is unscrews. Let me know if you need any further assistance on the removal if the key is stuck.
Hi what you have described is normal operation unless there is a cd stuck in the machine. If so, then the only course of action is to unpower the radio completely then reconnect it - this may force an eject or the unit may then recognise a disc in the player. if not, then the only course of action is to remove the lid and figure a way of manually winding the disc out without damaging the disc or mechanism.