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Radio Goes Off after 5 - 10 mins

I cant get the controls of the radio or clock to work at all. The radio comes on automatically when the car is started and the clock keeps time for a while, but then the radio goes off leaving the clock time standing still also? Its an LPG conversion - wondering if it cuts off as LPG kicks in? Please help?????

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Oh no .your power supply problem.
first of all you have to check the power supply to the set is going off.check the fuse holder of car relating to the radio.then check the fuse holder closed to radio unit.some radios get own fuse in wire harness.then losse connection can be occur radio units socket.
if all are correct please observe power using multimeter whether its lose or going low level when you drive
if it is ok.
the power problem of your set.it can be bad contact of power button.faulty regulator .
also make shure the speaker wires are not damage.
nuwan..

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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