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2002 dodge neon cd player problem

The cd player seems to be stuck on eject
All the disc lights and the ready light are flashing
On the radio panel, when you try to switch to cd, it reads error
Is there a way to reset the cd player? or a simple service to try before taking it in to a car stereo service store?

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  • Anonymous Aug 22, 2008

    While driving the radio/cd player just shut off. The display shows EEEEE. I ejected all the cds (5 disk player) turned the system on/of.. This is a factory unit, it cam with the ca.

  • william1987 Oct 31, 2008

    car cut off while drivingĀ 

  • iamcarbman Dec 14, 2008

    All the lights on our 02 Neon's CD player are flashing and it will not work. This started when we had a new battery put in. Help!!



  • jjfox23 Jan 12, 2009

    I am experiencing the same problem with my 2000 neon.

    i changed the player and the lights are still flashing so any assistance would be greatly apreciated. I don't think that the problem has to do with the player.

  • Marvin
    Marvin May 11, 2010

    The only way to fix this is to take it out and send it in for repair, this is a common problem. Pull the unit and take it to the parts dept of your local dodge dealer, they can send it out for you. One thing, this a factory player??

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Try put a cd in the slot and it shouldcome out

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  • jwkoch Jul 29, 2011

    I had the same problem with my 2000 Dodge Neon 4 disk CD changer. All lights blinking and an "Err" message on the display. I found this solution on a web site that worked for me...
    Take the 3 screws off the top, 4 screws out of the front sides that hold in the face. Remove the top and face. Then the guy said to remove the 4 micro screws from the top shiny metal cover on the front inside. I didn't have a small enough screw driver. I just stuck my pinky finger in the top and wiggled each CD towards the front and out the slot, one at a time. Put it back together and it works great. Hope this helps. Also thanks to the original poster!!!

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