Removing Discs from the Changer

To remove the disc that is currently playing, press the eject button. You will see ‘‘EJECT’’ in the center display. When you remove the disc from the slot, the system automatically enters the previous mode AM, FM1, FM2, or XMRadio.

The system also begins the load sequence so you can load another disc. If you do not load another disc, the load sequence is canceled, and the system continues playing in the previous mode.

If you do not remove the disc from the slot, the system will reload the disc after 10 seconds. To begin playing the disc, press the CD button.

To remove a different disc from the changer, first select it by pressing the corresponding number on the preset button or turning the interface knob, and pressing ENTER on the interface selector. When that disc begins playing, press the eject button.

When you press the eject button while listening to the radio, or with the audio system turned off, the disc that was last selected is ejected.

After that disc is ejected, pressing the eject button again will eject the next disc in numerical order. By doing this six times, you can remove all the discs from the changer.

You can also eject discs when the ignition switch is off:

To eject one disc, press and release the eject button.

To eject all discs, press and hold the eject button until the first disc begins to eject.

    See also:

    Civic in the Market
    Honda's game isn't as sharp as it once was. The Accord lacks its predecessor's exceptional cabin and driving poise, landing the 2010 sedan in fifth place in our recent eight-car $25,000 Family Sed ...

    The Inside
    The Fit's height truly pays off in headroom, which exceeds that of the Civic. The legroom isn't quite as good, but it's consistent with that of competing subcompacts. The new crop of subcompacts t ...

    Playing an MP3/WMA Disc
    The changer plays MP3/WMA files in recorded order. Each disc can hold up to 400 playable files within 8 folder layers. When playing MP3 discs, a disc can support a maximum number of 100 fold ...