Question about Car Audio & Video
I had a similar problem and the speaker was grounding out on the door frame,due to previous owners poor attempt at instelllation,u might wanna check the speakers or wires arent touching metal
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
It sounds like some sort of overload causing the stereo to switch off to stop damage. Have you checked that you have the correct amp fuse installed in your fusebox?. Is there an in-line fuse on the live feed wire of the stereo? I suspect either too much power is going to it or that the unit itself has developed a fault.
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