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Stereo system cuts on and off makes popping noise in speakers sometimes whats wrong with it ?

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If you are talking about an aftermarket stereo system, not the car's original, it could be drawing more current than the car can provide under high output conditions. Consult the supplier.
If you are talking about the car's standard system, it probably has a loose fuse or loose connection, especially if you see the dial lights go off also. If they don't, the bad connections could be to the speakers, or it might be an internal fault in the radio.

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