Chevrolet Trailblazer Problem Report

Chevrolet Trailblazer CD Player In Radio May Fail

(90 reports)

The CD player in the radio may fail. Our technicians tell us that the radio will need to be removed and sent out to a radio repair shop to correct this condition.

My CD player has failed and will no longer allow CDs to be inserted. -
radio works but the CD player will not play or eject any of my disc. Says Player Error and goes back to radio. -
cd/radio completely stopped working. it started out that it wouldn't play a cd and i couldn't get the cd's out. still haven't fixed it, chevy dealer said i would have to get it replced because they don't service radios. -
says check cd, radio works -
My cd player want play or release the cd. -
The radio will play, but the CD player will not. I tried everything -- new CD, tried to clean the player head with a cleaning disc, you name it. That's ridiculous! Chevy should pay to fix everyone's CD player!!! -
my cd player started to not spit out cds and finally quit all together with one in it. Had to use tweezers to get it out cause it wouldnt even play it and now it no longer plays them at all. wont even suck one up! -
radio works but CD player does not: won't eject, load, or play. -
Wont eject nor accept CD's Says "check CD" and returns to radio -
While driving the CD player gets very hot, ejects the disc, and the time on the clock starts over at midnight. -
Cd wont go in or come out . Radio works but not cd. -
CD Player will not eject disc -
My CD player don't work and the radio works ever so often it come on but will not play loud -
I have 3 C D's stuck in my cd player. HELP ! -
2005 Chevy Trailblazer EXT - 2x4, 3.2 6 Cyl. This started to happen about 60K, had GMPP but supposedly it wasn't covered. Along with HVAC recycling switch, the dashboard gauges - speedometer, oil pressure, and sometimes battery charge, the clutch fan that made huge roaring sound taking off from the driveway on some mornings, the 3rd row seat had a metal bar that kept coming loose, and several other items that the dealer said GMPP didn't consider their problem! If I wanted these items fixed... it would have to come out of my pocket. Each one of these items was huge money! AC - $600, Fan clutch about $350 if I remembered. Then almost had an accident due to brake line fade (Zero braking). Took it to local car repair guy that everybody in seems to use. He said I had brake line rub a hole thru the braided line and the local repair guy said he had never seen anything like this in his 30+ yrs repairing cars. Thought it was design flaw from GM. then he said he thought it rubbed a hole in the AC line as well & maybe that was why my AC didn't work. Took my car into another Chevy dealer for its big maintenance check-up and asked them while they were at it to check AC problem out. They said it was the driver side actuator - as the AC coming out on pass. side only. So now have 3 repair shops (2 Chevy dealers) telling me 3 different things wrong on my AC???? Who am I to believe??? and its out of GMPP - but that didn't seem to be that good in the first place! Anyone who wants to respond... please be my guest! -
Radio works but cd player stopped working. ...same errors other are reporting -
CD player will not eject CDs still plays them but can not change them out. Says player error. -
Radio want take cds -
I have had same problem with our 2003 trailblazer. CD is stuck and won't come out. -
CD don't work. The lights on radio don't work either. -
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