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2001 Chev Cavalier CD Player Problem

July 22, 08

I just purchased a 2001 Chevy Cavalier and the problem is with the single factory CD player. when I inserted a burnt CD for the first time, it read 'CD'; then 'Error' then the player immediately ejected the CD and the radio came back on.
The exact same scenarion occurrd when I inserted a bought CD as well and the problem still exists.
Does anyone have an explanation as to why this is occurring and a solution to my CD player problem?
Many Thanks

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This happened to me I have a 2001 cavalier I took out the fuse turned the car off that popped the fuse back in at it restarted it and it was all good try that

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