Anyone know how to get a stuck CD out of my CD player? I have a '08 Streetglide. There may be two CDs in there, not sure. Grandkids have been messing with it. It will not eject now. Any help is appreciated.
I had a C.D stuck in my 05, long nose plyers/needle nose or those locking fishing plyers... pull firmly and forcefully.. C.D player may not work after this...... but it dont work now.. or send it into shop and have it opend up ?? $100 min..... to send in... no good options here just poke prod pull and hope for the best or send in..
Like danglide asked, "does it play?". Check if you have juice to it. Maybe a blown fuse and therefore can't eject. If it does have juice and still won't eject, you could probably take it apart and investigate to find the problem.
Just fixed mine (2008 RG), with 2 stuck CDs, grandkids weren't involved. Here were the steps:
Covered fender with blanket
Unplugged and removed player (four allen screws on the sides)
Removed top of the player (2 Torx at the rear, 2 tiny Torx at the front)
Coaxed out top CD (grabbed with pliers as soon as it appeared in the door)
Plugged player back in
Hit EJECT and VOILA! the 2nd CD came out
I just finished installing new 98” big bore kit and rebuilt and replaced every single component in this engine other then flywheel. New oil pump, cam plate, throttle body, exhaust, Trinny, clutch, compensator, I mean everything. I switched cams to the woods tw-8g cams. Gear drive. S&s pushrods...
About 9 months ago I bought a wreaked 87 FLHTP for $1000.00. It was REALLY bent and broken but would spin with the starter, the wiring was trashed from the accident and that was the only thing that semi-worked. Anyhow I pounded out the dents and fixed the wiring while gathering the parts...
I crashed my 2002 Road King a week ago, on Tuesday night. Insurance adjuster was here today to look at it, and while I don't have 100% solid $$ numbers yet, the bike is totaled. That said, it is also VERY fixable. So, I'm weighing options. Do I buy it back and fix it? Or do I take the money...
I've noticed that there's no thread specifically for us EG owners.
I've got a 2002 Firefighter's Special Ultra Classic. It's been lowered in the rear, baffles removed, stage 1 equipped, and air horns.
I live here in SW Florida and ride every day, weather permitting.:D
So I bought this beautiful new FLHTP expecting to float like a cloud but instead it rides like an ox cart.
Went and dropped the cash on those Progressive shocks, and it’s only a tiny bit better.
Anyone got any ideas for a shock to get a soft ride?