Renault Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
If this does occur with all discs, bought or burnt, then your radio headunit is faulty.
Sometimes cheaper to fit an aftermarket unit than factory.
A car sound shop can give you an idea on price to replace.
A friend of mine had tbis and his new unit was $600 cheaper than factory.
I hope this helps.
Very common issue with CD players.
Could be a mechanical mechanism issue, or the laser itself not reading the disc.
Moving parts fail eventually, some more than others.
Some headunits have gone away from CD fir this reason.
USB is far more reliable now.
Have I answered what you need to know, or do you need a phone call?
Once it does that, it is terminal.
I won't be able to tell you any more over the phone, so you don't need to accept the phone call request if you don't want to,
which I think we don't need to.
The factory headunits are expensive, check with Renault first, and then go to a carsound shop for their price, you will be surprised.
I have seen this more times with CD players than all other headunit issues combined.
Disconnecting batteries is a waste of time, 99% are internal mechanical failure.
Have you had anyone look at your CD player malfunction?
I hope my advice has been of assistance to you.