Panasonic radio gets to hot to touch within a few minutes. I had just installed it by myself. Sound coming out has a large amount of static. CD player is just as distorted as the FM/AM. Could it be a cross wire or wrong voltage. I matched all the color coded wires. Please Help.
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It really runs hot within a minute of starting ?
An engine that runs hot in a few minutes is often having problems with the water pump or a blockage in the cooling system. The thermostat does not open until 195 degrees which takes 5 or 10 miles of driving.
During that time, the water pump should be circulating coolant in the block and the heater hoses.
A leaking head gasket should be putting extra pressure into the cooling system, and-or dumping coolant into the cylinders which would come out the exhaust pipe. But it should still take a few minutes for the engine to reach the boiling point of 240 degrees.
possible the wires at the back are touching each other which makes the sound go off if its not wiring the amp in the radio is goosed as it will work while it cold but when it gets hot will go off hope this helps ivan
radios that do not work from temperature rises indicate that there is a faulty component in the set. Probably a resistor/capacitor or dry joint. Have a radio tech inspect it or if you are tech savvy then use a freeze spry ( from radio repair shops or radio accessories shops) and spray each component until the radio comes back on.
Either radio is bad, or you have a loose connection to speakers, or poor ground connection at the radio. If a poor ground connection, the radio will intermittently not work also. Since radio continues to work, but sound does not, it is probably a bad audio circuit in the radio itself.
There are 4 things you want to check in this order.
1. Make sure your fluid level is up to specifications.
2. Make sure the fluid is travelling through the radiator freely(water pump).
3. Make sure your thermostat is opening. This requires a great deal of caution, leave the radiator cap open (if it has one) and run the engine until the top radiator hose gets hot, If you have no radiator cap, watch for water rising or dropping in the overflow tank.Also watch for bubbles within the overflow or radiator.Also put all temp controls on high on the climate control center and feel for hot air once the engine reaches operating temperature(185-200 degrees). If you don't get heat within the regular time slot of 10-15 minutes you will need a new thermostat.
4. If you discover a large amount of bubbles within the radiator or the overflow tank than you've got a headgasket situation and should not drive the vehicle until necessary repairs are made. Thank you, Dana
I have a 2002 Mitsubishi Montero Limited.
The other day the temperature gauge went from normal temp to Max HOT.
The radiator is still cool enough to touch, it is not boiling over, and
there is still coolant in the resivour. The gauge would go back down to
normal in a few minutes, but now it immediately climbs to Max Hot
within 1-2 minutes of turning the car on.