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The stereo system in my ford xr6 2002, doesnt like to play burnt CD's and real ablums too, is this a problem with all xr6's, is there a way to fix this issue

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Hi i had this same prob but solved it by burning discs at
2x speed instead of the default setting on some burning programs.
Hope this helps !

Posted on Oct 05, 2010


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