2002 Audi A6 Navigation Problem

I just purchased an Audi A6 2.7T w/ navigation. Unfortunately, the car is out of warranty. I am having a problem with the navigation system. When I place any of the Navigation CDs in the system, the system is
returning a "CHECK CD" error. I am sure the CDs are good. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks,
David Cook snipped-for-privacy@macetc.com
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It's possibly a CD drive fault. You'd really need specialist help to diagnose it properly. I believe the Audi units are actually Blaupunkt so it might be worth talking to a car audio dealer to see if they can help or recommend a repairer.
Sorry, can't help any more than that.
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maybe this can help:
http://www.audiworld.com/tech/elec4.shtml
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Maybe this will work: http://www.audiworld.com/tech/elec4.shtml
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wrote:

Not likely, he's been trying to vocalize a problem with the NAV SYSTEM, not a CD CHANGER with a stuck cartridge...
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My Audi dealer wanted $739 + labor to exchange the Navigation unit. I did some research and I found a Blaupankt repair facility who who had a flat rate repair price of $172.50. I have sent the unit in, and I will post my results.
Thanks for all your input. Here is the URL if anyone is interested.
http://www.midwestelectronics.com
David Cook
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I just got the unit back and had the laser unit replaced. The unit works great. Midwest Electronics did a great job. They only problem I had was that they had no way of testing the unit, so they could not guarantee the repair. I took the chance and it paid off.
David Cook

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wrote:

That is cool David, a nice little bit of info to have should ours fail! So far so good.
I odometer on my '89 200 failed and instead of having the dealer fix it, I removed the unit and had Continental Imports in Florida replace a little plastic wheel for $75 when it would have been well over $400 anywhere else...
What a shame they no longer do that king of work though :( But after seeing what took place with your A6 I now have a choice down the road... knock on wood that I won't :)

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'03 Audi S6 Avant '05 Mazda6 Wagon GT '98 Jeep Cherokee Sport
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