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I have a 2006 honda civic coup dxg. After about 5 minutes of driving the car the radio beeps and all but the manual tuning works after another minute passes the beep happens again and the manual tuning quites as well. So after 5-10 minutes none of the controls on the radio work and there are no error codes. The radio will work on the existing station with hvolume and on and off working only.Do you have any diagnoses/ Thanks, Mark

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