Join Date: Nov 2015
Location: Milton, Ontario Canada
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I would leave it for the techies at your dealership. They probably have a command line bit of code that will instruct the player to eject. I definitely would not pick up a pair of pliers and try and grab the disk and yank it out (goodbye CD player!)
Using the same logic as on my computer when a disk gets stuck I use all the commands available to instruct the player to eject the disk. (hold down the mouse button, push the eject key and so on. One usually works.) So using the same logic I would turn off the car, then hold in the eject button while starting up the car and see what happens. It probably won't work, but it is worth a try.
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2016 Mazda CX3 GT Tech pkg. Soul Red.
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