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CD player power issue

Hello All,
Once again I turn to the PROs here for advice

OUr son's 2000 base coupe has an issue.
It sounds like the CD player is trying to eject a disc - I think even with
the key in the off position- - -
It is a very high whind sound- -
I was thinking for now I could pull the CD player and disconnect the power
and then in the future he can replace the unit

I just don't know what is happening - but I a pretty certain it will drain the battery

So - I guess the question is
will the radio work if I only pull power from the CD player if that is possible

Sorry for the messy post - late here

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will the radio work if I only pull power from the CD player if that is possible
Yes. Just pull the two connectors. No problem.


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Hello wmburns,
Thanks for the info.
I tried quickly to pull the CD player using 4 finish nails but
no luck - I will try a coat hanger tomorrow.

Thanks a lot
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