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Cut out Alpine 9855

Hi, I just installed an Alpine CDA 9855 into my car and works fine, but after a few minutos, less than 3, into CD mode, the radio turn off. A few seconds later turns on again. Seems the thermal proteccion was activated in some way but I don't understand why. I connected the blue/white wire to the amp power so that would not be the problem... Any ideas? regards

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  • Chrispy1 May 21, 2008

    My alpine 9885 shuts itself off and comes back on a few seconds later at what seems to be random times. I am running after-market amps, subs, and speakers. I am not running anything stock. I have the internal amp in the head unit turned off, and have also hooked the power and ground directly to the battery and it still shuts down and comes back on randomly.

    Any help is appreciated.

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Get a capacitor if u are running subs and aftermarket amps. problem solved.

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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When you say you connected the blue and white wire to the amp power do you mean the remote turn on of the amp and not the terminal/wire marked battery or power? You should not be trying to power your amp with the blue and white wire. This wire is only for sending a signal(+12V) to the amp to turn itself on. the amp should have it own fused wire of appropriate gauge running directly to the batttery. Some more details on the installation would be helpful.

Posted on Aug 15, 2007

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