Question about 1993 Jeep Grand Wagoneer
Hi, I just purchased a 2000 Jeep eer yesterday. Everything was going well until I popped in a burned CD into my Jeep's stock CD player. Now I know that a 2000 is older and I should just buy an aftermarket CD player if I want to play burned CDs but I hate to tear my front interior apart. My Jeep is in extremely great condition for a 2000. Is there any OTHER alternative? Like maybe are there any "ultra high burnable discs" I can buy and just "write" on them at a lower speed. Changing the stock CD player I want to keep as a last resort.
I have found that I can use the discs I burned from iTunes, but cannot "copy" a disc from another disc if that makes sense to you. If I want music from a disc I already own I have to download that disc to iTunes and then copy to a blank cd.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
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.
Posted on May 14, 2008
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