Question about 1994 Nissan Quest
That symptom indicates a short or loose connection. The problem here is that it could be inside the radio itself. You were correct to check fuses and wiring but may need to trace further back into the fuse panel. In order to bypass the ignition and fuse panel and isolate the problem further, locate a constant hot or run a wire directly from the positive battery terminal back to the radio and connect the radio with that and see if the problem persist. If the problem does continue then you know it is in the radio as you have eliminated the other circuits. If it stops then you know you have further troubleshooting to do to locate the short or problem.
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