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CelicaRacer05
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CelicaRacer05 Sep 11, 4:20pm - #44162 

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Skipping/ wining from stock stero

I have a Stock cd player in my 2000 GT, and it skips and ultimately ruins cds somehow, and has a loud wine, such as when you turn on a tv and can hear it starting up, just that electric wine, but this is really loud, and annoying. How can i clean out my cd player? i tryed a cleaning disk and it did not work. What else can I do? Also if i wanted to add an aftermarket changer, how would i go about that, connecting it to the stock stero?
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Barrett
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Barrett Sep 11, 7:22pm - #44163 
2003 Liquid Silver Toyota Celica GT
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2003 Toyota Celica GT

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For some reason people like CD changers better but I've always loved the MP3/CD players. One CD can hold almost 200 songs. Plus you can make folders and playlists. They aren't too expensive and a lot easier to put in then a big freaking CD changer. The pic below is my MP3/CD player. Below the CD player is my XM radio reciever in case your wondering
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isayx3
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isayx3 Sep 11, 7:58pm - #44164 
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I agree MP3/CD > cd changer

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CelicaRacer05 Sep 12, 2:29pm - #44165 

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Im not asking weather or not to get a cd changer, i already have one!!, But besides that im not sure if im gonna put it in the celica or my dads sedan. Well still anyone know about the wining noise from the stock stero? anything, cleaning ways? stuff like that? could it be too hot or sun damage or what?
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