Honda CR-V: Removing Discs from the In-dash Disc Changer - Playing Discs (EX and EX-L models without navigation system) - Features - Honda CR-V Owner's ManualHonda CR-V: Removing Discs from the In-dash Disc Changer

To remove the disc currently in play, press the eject button. When a disc is removed from a slot, the system automatically begins the load sequence so you can load another disc in that position. If you do not remove the disc from the changer within 10 seconds, the disc will reload into the slot. Then the system returns to the previous mode (AM, FM, or XM Radio*).

*: On U.S. EX-L model

To remove a different disc from the changer, first select it with the appropriate preset button. When that disc begins playing, press the eject button. Continue pressing the eject button to remove all the discs from the changer.

You can also eject discs when the ignition switch is off. The disc that was last selected is ejected first.

    To Stop Playing a Disc
    Press the AM, FM, AUX button, or CD/AUX, XM button to switch to the radio or satellite radio (U.S. models), while a disc is playing. Press the CD button again to play the disc. If you turn th ...

    Disc Player Error Messages (EX and EX-L models without navigation system)
    If you see an error message in the display while playing a disc, find the cause in the chart to the right. If you cannot clear the error message, take your vehicle to your dealer. The chart o ...

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