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Before you decide to open up the player and attempt more invasive repairs, try some of these more basic troubleshooting tips to figure out how to fix a car CD player:
Is the problem related to the volume or quality of the sound? This could be related to the speakers and not the main unit of your audio system. Take the time to remove the covers from the speakers in your car and make sure there's no trapped dirt or damage. Also check the electrical connections on the back to make sure they are still firm and make a good connection.
If the speakers look fine, another issue that could affect sound is the quality of the connections behind the head unit of your system. You'll need to open the dash to access the unit (see your owner's manual or an auto repair manual for your car). Make sure all channel (speaker) connections are solid and make good contact.
When you insert a disc, is the CD display blank? While it sounds simple, one of the most common mistakes people make is inserting a CD upside down. This will cause the player to act as though it isn't working.
Is the music skipping or stopping completely? This is commonly caused by dirty or damaged tracks on the disc. Before assuming that the problem is with the player, test a few newer CDs and see if the skipping behavior continues. If it doesn't, the the problem is the disc and you'll need to look into cleaning or repairing the disc so that it can play normally again.
CD disk bad. (audio disc bad or scratched)
or CD dont really support disk media format , is this a CDDA or MP3
some early MP3 disc drives do MP3 very poorly
or skips when you hit bumps in the road.
only that disc skips.?
CD skip when hitting a bump is common in factory or low end players also if your player is not secured properly the disc will move slightly and the laser loses it's place, so to speak, for a second. The radio thing could be a loose antenna wire connection, possibly related to the fore mentioned problem. Hope that was helpful.
Hi, Dirty CDs can skip or just stop playing For best results, use a CD cleaning fluid and anti-static cloths made
for cleaning CDs. If these tips don't help you might have to buy
another copy of your CD, but first try it in another player because
some CD players are more sensitive than others to scratches.The last option is to replace the CD Head by taking to a nearest service provider.