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What format will a 2003 Toyota Tacoma (Dual Cab)CD player play? I.E. WMA, WAV, etc?Trying to burn cd's that will play in my player. Need to know the format and the manual does not seem to say. Thanks in advance.

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It will only play burnt audio CD's. No WMA, WAV or MP3.

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I have downloaded music and burned it on a CD and it plays in my 03 tacoma.. my computer puts it in WMA anyway.. Works in every CD player i have tried.

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