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CD Player wont play burned CDs

I just bought a 2001 cadllac deville and the CD player will play a store bought CD, but not a CD that I burned...is there a certain kind of CD that I can burn songs onto that will play in my caddy's CD player???

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You need to make sure you burn your cd,s in the right format, mp3 i think

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