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If you are replacing the factory radio with this there are two issues that could be causing you grief. First, the radio only has 14 watts RMS power output. This is rather low by standards. Additionally, that is factored into a 4-ohm speaker load. Chances are that the factory speakers are 8-ohm, which will cause further loading. You should consider replacing the speakers with 4-ohm and possibly add an amplifier to the system to achieve optimal performance.
If it is not the factory radio it has been installed by someone who did not use proper connectors. Also there could be 13-15 wires back there just waiting to short out and burn up your radio. I would run it to a radio shop they will not charge very much try car toys.Remember to rate my solution this is how i earn my achievements also testimonial Thanks much in advance.
Check gauge light can come on for a number of different things, from Low fuel to low oil pressure to high engine temperatures. When the light comes on check all the gauge's and see whats causing it, one or more of the gauge's will be showing an issue, Low fuel or low oil pressure, Low battery power. Any of the mentioned things can cause it... Figure out whats causing it then you can remedy the situation...