Same here, I've had no problem with home made CDR/W's in my '98 factory
changer and/or in-dash player. No labels should be common sense. The
OP may want to refer to his '02 Ford Audio Guide for troubleshooting the
'CD ERROR' message. My '98 Audio Guide has a list of error messages,
and their meanings, for this purpose, but not specifically said message.
Big Shoe wrote:
> I have had no problem with "home-made CD's. One definite no-no is to
> use those glue on paper labels on your CD's. The owners' manual for
> my '05 says not to use them. I have had some problems with them
> coming loose and have not used them for years.
> On Sat, 30 Jul 2005 17:24:43 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>>My wife tried to play a CD we burned on our computer and the player
>>"ate" it. It took several tries hitting the eject button but it
>>finally spit it out. Upon further review the owners manual says not to
>>play home-made CDs as some of the blank media are slightly thinner
>>(don't know if that's true or not} but it certainly doesn't like home
>>>The display shows "CD ERROR" and will not eject/ load / or play.
>>>There are 4 CD's in the unit and nothing works.
>>>All other functions are OK.
>>>This is a 2002 explorer.