GMT400 CD Player Problem

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When playing cds bought from store or copied. I noticed the CD wouldn't start all over again when the cd is done playing all the tracks. Its shows up "ERROR" then spits the cd out. It will play it again if I push the cd back in. I just noticed it a couple of weeks ago. It would start all over from the beginning. I guess its telling me to replace it with a sony or pioneer cd player. I need new speakers for the rear in the ext. cab but it might also be a short in the wiring. So I'll rewire it to 12 gauge speaker wire too.
 

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I have the stock radio with CD player from my 01 Burban for sale if you want it. :dunno:
I'll take 50 bucks for it. I will throw in the slave cassette player if you want that too.
 

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Ok thanks guys. I usually only replace with pioneer or sony products. Had no problems with sony pioneer in my vehicles in the past.

Does anybody know what size speakers I have in the rear panels on the ext cab?
 

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Good luck. I like Pioneer but tend to stay away from Sony headunits. Just personal preference I guess. :dunno: I was skeptical, but I did try a newer JVC headunit and I have to say, it worked well for about a year, then it stopped reading my usb input. If you listen to a lot of music from your ipod, a lot of the new decks now have many ways to hook them up. I prefer the front USB, because I can just unplug my ipod really easy, take it into my computer and update it at anytime without much hassle. I will add that I bought a expandable Ipod cord on ebay. It goes from about 6" to around 3'. It is very handy for in the vehicle. Just some food for thought when upgrading your headunit.
 

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Good luck. I like Pioneer but tend to stay away from Sony headunits. Just personal preference I guess. :dunno: I was skeptical, but I did try a newer JVC headunit and I have to say, it worked well for about a year, then it stopped reading my usb input. If you listen to a lot of music from your ipod, a lot of the new decks now have many ways to hook them up. I prefer the front USB, because I can just unplug my ipod really easy, take it into my computer and update it at anytime without much hassle. I will add that I bought a expandable Ipod cord on ebay. It goes from about 6" to around 3'. It is very handy for in the vehicle. Just some food for thought when upgrading your headunit.

Thanks. I dont use Ipods or mp3 players. I make own cds with the cds I bought from the store.
 

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