Question about 2000 Jaguar Vanden Plas
Recently purchased an 82 Lincoln - great car, except for the factory 8 track player. Installed new Pioneer DEH-3000IB head unit and system worked great, except the (rear) factory speakers sounded terrible - very distorted at any volume. I replaced the rear speakers (front ones sounded fine) with new Sonys. System sounds fantastic and works like a charm for about 30 minutes. After that, the volume quickly starts to fade down to nothing (any source). If I turn the unit off then back on, the system sounds great again for about 5 minutes then fades. Turn off then on, 5 minutes until fade. This is definitely a time issue, does not matter the volume I am listening or speed I am traveling. I am thinking this could be due to overheating, but I feel the unit and it is warm, normal warm, no where near "hot". Any advice?
Sounds like you got a bad stereo. it happens. i've i had the same thing happen, but the volume went up instead of down. check all the wires and make SURE they are all hooked up right.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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