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Speakers cut out after running a while

I have after market speakers and the speakers cut out and you have to set a while and they work again. Stock rear speakers and after market cd and door speakers. CD player is new. thought it was the problem

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I think that it may have a ground that is heating up, if the aftermarket cd player is grounded to a painted bolt this is what happens.

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