Q: Q: How do I eject a CD?

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How do I eject a CD?

To eject a CD from your vehicle’s CD player, press the eject button. The eject button is a symbol of an arrow pointing up, and is located directly next to the CD slot. When you press the eject button, the CD will partially eject; to remove it fully, simply pull the CD all of the way out.

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