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Newly installed alpine resetting

Recently installed alpine deck in cavalier, still has stock speakers. Any time i turn it up past 19 the deck shuts down and resets. comes back to same song on cd where it cut out at.

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Chevy stock speakers are 8 ohm. You should change out the stock speakers. Or at least dissconnect the back speakers and see if cd player still overloads and shuts off.

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Have you checked the Ignition fuse for the radio? Sometimes if a fuse partially blows it will still allow power to flow through it but limit the amount of current going through. I am going to have to say its something to do with either the ignition not getting proper power or speakers wired incorrectly or a bad ground to the radio. I say this because you say it goes back to the same song that it cut off from, so this means its got memory which means it has constant or battery power. Battery powere is yellow wire, ignition is red wire, and ground is black, front left is white and white/black, front right is grey and grey/black, rear left is green and green/black, and rear right is purple and purple/black.

Posted on Mar 23, 2009

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