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Volume/Power I was wondering if anyone knows why my deck would turn off at a certain volume i switched it from a 99 grand am to a 96 eclipse. You can txt me too my number is 612 432 3174

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This could be a connection issue. are all wires tapes up with out touching each other? it could also be that you are trying to power too many speakers. u migth need a amplifier...

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