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I had my kenwood kdc-4032 installed and it only flashing protect.How can I fix that.

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Check for shorts in the speaker wiring. Clip one end of a mult-meter to the ground of the car chassis, then probe each speaker wire. Did you install it? What car, did you buy the wire harness for the car, or did you hard wire it? I know pretty much ALL american made wire colors by heart, and most foreign ones too. (Het, 51 years old and doing it sinc 1980!!! So, let me know if I can help further. If YOu installed it, it may be possible that the wiring is messed up. Hit me back.

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