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I have a 1999 gmc sierra that the cd player won't play my homemade cd's. I replaced the original player with one from a wrecked truck and get the same result. When I put one of my burnt cd's in it kicks it back out and says err. I sometime have to put my regular cd's in the player several times to get them to play. When it plays it sounds fine. I'd appreciate any help I can get on this situation. Thanks, Darren.
These units will not recognize certain media formats, notably, if you are burning your CD's with files in AAC, WMA, or MP3 format. I would highly recommend replacing the factory head unit with one that is aftermarket. You can do so with units that start around $100. The bonus is that you can get something that is iPod or MP3 player ready and never have to look at a CD again!
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