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The sixth-generation Volkswagen Jetta, known as the NCS (New Compact Sedan) during its development, was announced in the North American market in June 16, 2010.

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How can I remove a small screw that is stuck inside my car's aux port?

There is a small screw inside my car stereo system's aux port and my cousin who was driving the car has no idea how it got there. I've tried all the possible ways I could think of removing the tiny screw from the aux port and none of them seem to work.

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Hi @fireblaster0072 ,

Are you sure it's a tiny screw and not the tip of a 3.5mm plug, that has been broken off when the cord was removed?

In any event the system will have to be removed from the dash and opened up to gain access to the socket which most probably will have to be replaced.

Trying to extricate anything from inside the socket will probably damage the spring connectors which make contact with the plug when it is inserted.

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Here is your solution

GripStick Headphone Plug Extraction Tool

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GripStick Headphone Plug Extraction Tool

$19.95

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