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The equipment (front end unit and the CD changer) are too old. Cassette tape players life isn't usually any longer than this. I would replace the front end unit (receiver) by shopping for one that fits (the dash). Bypass or forget about the CD changer in the trunk because a new CD player is on all new front end units. I would recommend a shop like Best buy to select one and especially to install it; unless you know how to install one.
Turn off the tape drive. (Switch in the back of the unit. Wait 2 minutes and then turn unit back on. Tape drive should issue a write data command and then rewind the tape. After rewind completes the tape should eject. If it does not eject after rrewind completes than try holding the eject button for 5 seconds to attempt a "force eject"
Note: Do not repeatedly press the eject button as this can cause damage to the tape and the tape drive.