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97 ford escort 6 disc changer

Wont read any form of audio disc. tells me no cd all the time.

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Check for something maybe jammed in the system and also try a cleaner disc to see if this helps the eye to read the disc and is this an after market changer or a standard accessory on the car when bought and if it is an aftermarket check to make sure it is hooked up correctly

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