Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have owned my 2003 Corvette since it was new and have never had any problems until now. For the past few months my CD player has been acting up. After getting in my car and starting it up I insert a CD only to get an error (err) code. I try this for the first few minutes and finally give up. After the car has been running for about 20 minutes or longer with the heater/defrost on I can then insert a CD and it will begin playing, It seems the unit has to be "warmed" before it will play, GM tells me I need to repace the entire unit at well over $1000.00. I don't think so! Any suggestions????
Hello normally after some time this units needs service like clean the laser module,misaligned or even some material left by a disc
and i dont think is high expensive. probably may cost you a 50 or 70 us...............saludos
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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