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Re: GM factory installedTahoe CD player 2003 model
Try pressing and holding the Eject button for more than 10 seconds. If that does not work, you may have had some moisture infiltration that has messed up your circuits. You need to remove it from the dash carefully and open up the case to get your CD out. There is no button or trick to make it happen. Sorry , I wish I could help you more.
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No, replacing the battery is not your problem. Must be pure coincidence..
Tape is ejecting because the deck is faulty. Either a broken belt or a broken plastic gear assembly. CD players in this model were made by SONY and are troublesome. Rather than trying to get someone to fix it, go to your local salvage yard and see what they have. They are for sale on ebay also. They are basically "throw-away" units as SONY struck a deal with GM and GM can't supply replacement parts. PLUS... there aren't too mnay shops around that fix these units.
The CD eject/load mechanism has failed, they do not sell repair manuals or parts for these factory units to the public, u may be able to retrieve the cd's by removing the changers cover and then any internal panels blocking the CD cassette, but the best thing to do is send it in to a GM authorized audio system repair station, let them know u want the cd's back by taping a note to the outside of the unit. Call the local dealer for a phone number and address of the nearest GM repair center near you.
ok i no this is prolly not the answer you want but i have ran across this a thousand time it is very commen with the gm cd players i have yet seen anyone fix this problem best bet is to replace the unit and aftermarket is a good cheap way to go
I had same problem with a 2005 Envoy in Jan '09. I took it to the ex-GM dealer. He said he'd try. The unit would only play using radio. Mechanic took unit out of dash, and top off of unit. Ejected CD bu moving the eject mechanism. Replaced top and unit. Works and plays cds. Cost $25.00 And i tipped the mechanic $10.00 for his knowledge.