Cleaning the CD player

Asked by vegaspat Jan 02, 2016 at 04:55 PM about the 2014 Ford Focus SE

Question type: General

I have a 2014 Focus and was going to clean the CD player but it kept rejecting the CD cleaning disk. I wanted to clean it because a couple of CD's acted up when I inserted them.

Shouldn't you clean your car CD player as you do your PC CD Rom?

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Don't put homemade cds with labels or dirty ones in first, and don't use a cd cleaner second. The mechanism in the player can't handle these things ever. Load your ipod or whatever media device you have and use it in the car that's why it has the aux port, or sync, or usb, or all 3. Any warranty you have regarding the radio will be void if anything funny is found inside the radio.

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Thank you. I have been using homemade CD's with only a few issues so that's why I wanted to clean it. But it kept ejecting the CD cleaner and that bothered me. Now I know the answer. Thanks again.

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