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After market radios

I put in a pioneer deck and it works fine. but every time i hit a bump all the speakers quit working. i tried the deck in another car its not the deck. checked and double checked the wireing between the adaptor to the factory wireing harnes and radio and it is not the wireing. Could there posibly be a factory amp with a bad wire or something.

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You have some problems with your speakers connection.or they are blown.

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