Question about 2003 Ford Expedition
I got CD Error showing everyting I'm trying to use CD Player, Can't load or eject cd. I removed fuses and put them back, cd player initialized but didn't solve the problem. What else can be done???
I believe the problem is w small plastic gear has come off a shaft in the eject/load mechanism. It can be put back on and glued and the cd unit should start working. The trick of pulling fuses and putting them back causes the unit to re-initialize after that gear has slipped some on the shaft, but not come all the way off of shaft yet. Pulling fuses will not do any good after the gear has come off the shaft. If you are handy, you can fix this yourself. If not take to a shop.or a Honey-Do.( Honey , do this, honey do.that....m). You will need to pull the cd/radio unit out and open and take Sparta till you find both the loose gear and the shaft it came off of. Glue it on and reassembled. I hope this helps and clear any confusion about why everyone is saying pull fuses and it not helping.
Posted on Feb 16, 2013
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