1. Slow the record speed to 2x.
2. Try other make media.
3. DO NOT USE COLORED MEDIA. You want old fashioned silver discs.
4. Auto CD players are never cleaned. Try an Audio CD cleaner disc since a real inside job is beyond belief on cost.
Here's a tutorial on recording speed in CDBURNERXP.
Here's a discussion about record speed:
If you ask me, make then at 2x.
I've recently purchased a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee, and everything works fine. I used some of my old CDs in the front player, and it played just fine. I decided I want some of my new music to play in my car, so I installed a program to burn the music on to the CDs. (The program is called CDBurnerXP. It's worked for me when I made a few CDs a while ago.) After I burned the CD, I tested it in my computer. It worked and sounded fine. When I went to test it in the front CD player of my Jeep, only on some songs was there a bad crackling and static sound. I thought it might have been the player, but every other CD I have works.
Can anyone provide me with some input?
(And I'm sorry if this post is in the wrong place, I'm new to the forums.)