Altima CD player accepts CDs, gives message "loading cd", then after a few seconds, cd automatically ejects.
Tried several different CDs and always get same result. Player accepts cd, notes cd is loading, then cd automatically ejects. Repeated efforts always yields same result: cd, instead of playing, is ejected.
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TRY TURNING OFF CD PLAYER.WAIT 10 MINUTES THEN TURN CD PLAYER BACK ON THEN PRESS THE EJECT BUTTON.SOME TIMES CDS PLAYERS GET HOT WHEN PLAYED FOR A LONG PERIOD OF TIME.MY CDS SEEMS GET STUCK WHEN I PLAY CD PLAYER LONG TIME.SOMETIMES IF CD DONT COME OUT .IF IT STICKING OUT JUST A LITTLE.TRY PUSHING BACK IN CD PLAYER THEN EJECT IT.THIS TRICK WORKS SOME TIMES.
Subject: Radio With Six Disc CD Changer Does Not Recognize Loaded CD And
Displays An "INITIALIZING" Message, CD Will Not Play, CD Cannot Be
Ejected, Or Disc Icon Does Not Illuminate (Reprogram Radio)
2005-2006 Chevrolet Avalanche, Suburban, Tahoe
2005-2007 Chevrolet Colorado, Express, Silverado Classic, TrailBlazer
2005-2006 GMC Yukon, Yukon XL
2005-2007 GMC Canyon, Envoy, Savana, Sierra Classic
2005-2006 HUMMER H2 with Six Disc CD Changer Equipped Audio System (RPO UC6)
Some customers may comment on any of the following conditions:
• The CD loaded in the radio will not play.
• The CD loaded in the radio will not eject.
• The disc icon on the radio will not illuminate.
• The radio displays an "INITIALIZING" message for approximately 30 seconds after vehicle start up.
Important: Do not attempt to play CDs with paper labels on them in this
CD player. The labels may warp or wrinkle and jam the CD player
mechanism. Refer to the Compact Disc Care and Cleaning procedure
(Document ID# 1656123) in SI for more information.
Technicians are to reprogram the radio with new operating software using the following procedure:
1. If the radio has a CD(s)2008 General will be necessary to reset the radio and remove them
before the radio is reprogrammed. Remove and reinstall the radio fuse to
reset the radio and then eject the CD(s). If cycling the power to the
radio does not allow the CD(s) to be removed, the radio may have another
failure that will not be corrected by the reprogramming procedure that
follows. Refer to the Diagnostic Starting Point - Entertainment
procedure in SI to begin your diagnosis of this failure to eject CDs
concern before reprogramming the radio.
2. Reprogram the radio using the Service Programming System (SPS) with
the latest software available on TIS2WEB. Refer to the SPS procedures
and the Radio Programming and Set procedure in SI for more information.
As always make sure your Tech 2® is updated with the latest software
3. Verify proper operation of the radio and make sure that all CDs can be ejected.
Does the CD door open or is it stuck open? If it is open look to see if you have a jammed CD. This happened to me and this is what I did. A CD had gotten off track and jammed the CD changer turn table. I stuck a little key in the slot and was able to pull the CD out. This fixed my problem. Hope it helps.
MY DAUGHTER PUT A CD IN THE CD PAYER AND NOW MY CD PLAYER DOES NOT WORK.I HAVE A 2005 NISSAN ALTIMA.THE KIND OF RADIO IS A BOSE 6 CD CHANGER.I PRESS THE CD BUTTON AND IT SAYS PUSH EJECT.I PUSH EJECT AND IT SOUND LIKE IT'S TRYING TO EJECT BUT NOTHING COMES OUT.CAN YOU HLP ME
I have only seen this problem once and the only fix was to replace the cd player. I would suggest to get an aftermarket cd player from electronics store and have them install it. The factory option is over 700 installed. sorry
Well if the cd player has a reset button push it and it might kick the cd out on it's own. But if it dont then try by removing the battery cable for 1 minute. When you power most electronics they go through a self diagnostic and might just eject the cd. If that dont work then there is only two other things you can do. 1 is to take a small pair of needle nosed pliers and CAREFULLY remove the cd. But this also takes the chance that you might hit something vital and trash the cd player! 2. Uninstall the cd player and remove the top And carefully push the cd out the same way it was put in. If you do get the cd out of the player then the first thing you should do is to put in a laser eye cleaning cd and clean the player. Then see if it comes out by itself. If it does not then it is time to buy a new cd player. KENWOOD cd players are one of the few that come with a reset button that will reset the deck and remove the cd automaticly. This is a very nice option. Good luck
there are only couple options. pull radio and send to shop for repair, purchase used radio from good junk yard. or call dealer and see if there is a warranty on it. even though its 6 yrs old they may help. what they do at the dealer is an exchange