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Mazda MPV (1992) Radio takes ages to 'warm up'

The car stereo can take up to half an hour to come on, after starting the engine. In the meantime, each time I accelerate, I can hear the same noise that you might expect to hear when a radio first gets switched on. Aside from wishing it would work, I'm also worried that it's wired so badly that it might be dangerous... if the accelerator is connected to it somehow (how?) and is having an affect on it.

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-if the radio doesn't turn on there might be a bad power wire or a bad ground wire
-you'll have to check the power wire with a VOLT meter to see if your get source volt the same as battery power
-after that if its ok and you see source voltage then check the ground connection to see if you have a bad ground.

but almost likely its more of a wiring problem it seem
and about the noise that your hearding it sounds like theres a bad power wire and its touching everytime you hit the accelerator...

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Have you or any one else been tampering with wires in that car? usually when that happens a outcome your concerned with happens

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