Question about Car Audio & Video
Is this a stock cd player? It can be taken out and taken apart but you want a dealership or car audio place to do this, it is a very difficult and delicate operation to say the least.
I am so sorry about that, but there is no way you should attempt this yourself, it could mess up your dash for good.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
Look for a small hole on the side of the CD opening. Poke the indent with a paper clip while pressing the eject button. If your CD player doesn't have this feature, you just have to poke the paper clip into the mechanism opening and risk damaging your CD to get it out. You either press the CD up or down while pressing the eject button. Use a small pair of needle nose tip pliers.
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Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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