Honda CR-V: Removing a PC Card

To remove a PC card from the audio unit, fold back the screen by pressing the OPEN button. Press the eject button ( to remove the card. If you do not ) to remove the card. If you do not remove it from the slot, you cannot return the screen to the upright position.

To return the screen to the upright position, press the CLOSE button.

You can also eject a card when the ignition switch is off.

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