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check the fuse on the back of the radio. if it checks good then check for voltage to the yellow wire. the voltage should be constantly on. it should show 12 volts to 13.5 volts depending on the type of vehicle.
With the vehicle on, turn OFF the radio. Next, Press the Volume and hold the VOLUME knob. You should see LANGUAGE on the display. Scroll the VOLUME knob until you see CLOCK SET. Pres the VOLUME knob and the HOUR will start flashing. Scroll the VOLUME knob to set the hour then Press it to set the Minutes. When you're finished. Turn off the radio, then turn it back on. When the radio is in use, the Radio Station will scroll on the display, then the Artist information, then after a few seconds (20-30), the Clock will display.
Well if say ur volume doesnt go much past 30,,they usally do called distortion,,but if your cd volume say goes to a 100 and it doin that @ 30,,could be a speaker wire touchin ,,another,,or channell goin out,,I would take it and make sure connected good and pos and neg correct,,goodluck
it could be several things, it could be a bad ground, a bad power connection, a bad speaker(s) or the deck itself could be bad, i would check all your connections first. if they all check good try disconnecting one speaker at a time.
The protection function is activated when the speaker wire has a short-circuit or touches the chassis of the vehicle.
Wire or insulate the speaker cable properly and press the reset button. (The reset button is that little pinhole button below and to the right of the volume control).
If you do this and the "PROTECT" code doesn't disappear, you'll have to consult a service center. Further, if you had this professionally installed, they should be obligated to fix the issue for you (hopefully).
check your ground, it could be that your antenna is the only source of ground, in which case the deck does not have enough power to stay on when it draws too much power. I've seen exactly what you are saying many many times. Ground it really reallly good.