Ok, so here's the deal. When I first get in my car, my CD player works fine. As the CD player heats up, it starts to freeze up and eject my discs. After the radio has been on for about 5 minutes, it spits out any disc I put in it. Before it does, however, I can hear the unit making a distinct clicking sound as it tries to rotate the disc. So, I took the Stang in to the service department here at the dealer by my house. Well, after taking a look at it, and mind you, my car only has 16k miles on it, Ford decided to refuse warranty service on the unit because, and I quote directly from the sheet the dealership gave me "...most likely cause of the unit's malfunction is interior resonation that is originating from the custom aftermarket exhaust system. Most likely the resonation from the exhaust has vibrated loose some components of the stereo and, as the exhaust is NOT OEM, the repairs to said system will not be under factory warranty." You just have to love that. So, forget it I said. I'm just going to buy a new CD changer and system anyway sooner or later. I tell you, they'll do anything to get out of warranty service, won't they?