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WHEN I PUT A CD IN THE PLAYER IT EJECTES IT AND IN DISPLAY WINDOW IT READS E20

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Look up/call the manufacturer of the stereo if its aftermarket. If it's the stock unit contact your local GM dealer, your stereo most likely bought the farm, but that E20 code will make more sense to them.

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