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I have a Boxster (2005). I have the in dash CDR24 player. I burn CD'R's on my computer to use in the car.

The player occassionally has difficulty playing discs. The player will stop and the radio comes on. So far I only notice it towards the end of the burned CD-R's.

Some discs that won't play will play at other times??? Go figure.

My wife's BMW exhibited the a similar problem. The discs are fine because they play in our various home CD players. Any thoughts or similar problems. I wish I could just hook up my IPOD.

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IIRC, there is a TSB on odd behaviour with homemade CD's. Can't recall if it applies to the PCM or not but a quick call to the OPC should confirm.

Regards

Popolou

Thanks Popolou. How do I contact them? I am in the states?

Well if the vehicle is still within the warranty, you can make a simple call to your nearest OPC and hand them the VIN number. From this they will decide from their records whether the fix is available.

I've just had a look at my files and i think the TSB was refferenced W610. It was also a worksop campaign item meaning its not a recall in the traditional sense, but rather one that will only be carried out if the customer notices the underlying issues.

Regards

Popolou

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