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Old 04-30-2008, 08:26 AM
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Hi! I've got a 2001 Chrysler Sebring Sedan and the only CDs that it will play are store bought. If I put a burned CD in, it just makes a noise like it's spinning really fast but then just gives an error. It's not an mp3 cd either, just a regular 15-20 song mix CD. I can take the same CD and put it in my stock 2006 Dodge Charger stereo and it plays fine. It will also play in my home stero system. So I know there's nothing wrong with the disc. Anyone know why this would be happening?
Old 04-30-2008, 11:05 PM
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NO: 08-11-00 SUBJECT: Recordable Compact Discs Used in Automotive CD players DATE: March 24, 2000 DISCUSSION: Some recordable compact disc media, such as CD-R and CD-RW, may not comply with the standard CD format used in automotive CD players. When these CD's are used, customers may encounter error messages, skipping, or delaminating of the labels, which can cause an eject failure. It is important to question whether these kinds of CD media are being used. When customers encounter these symptoms, check the system with a known playable CD. Explain that the media may not be compatible with some automotive CD players. Replacing or exchanging the CD player will not address these issues. POLICY: Information Only
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