Q: Q: How do I eject a CD?

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How do I eject a CD?

If you want to remove a CD from your vehicle’s CD player, simply press the eject button, which sits next to the CD slot. The CD will be partially ejected from the slot, and you can remove it all the way. If you do not remove the CD within 10 seconds, it will return into the CD slot.

Tip

You can eject a CD even when the car is turned off.

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