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Alpine cda9883 this head unit was installed by me, the correct way...i had an fosgate amp...hooked up with a single fosgate woofer...everything its been matched correctly and installed correctly...WITH NO SHORTCUTS, problem is...when i turn the radio up...lets sayfrom 0 to 35...to around 19....it tunrs off...then on ..then off..etc...i try to lower bass...woffer...but still shuts off....what could it be?.....please help.

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  • kees786 Sep 06, 2007

    when you say board....you dont mean the internals of the head unit do you?.....could it be the ground?.....i hooked up the ground there the bestbuy guy did it before....and it was not on the chassis...it was a ground black wire from the factory rario...once again....the ground is not on the chassis....any suggestions about this two questions?

  • kees786 Sep 06, 2007

    i will try the ground on chassis, i have a feeling thats it, even though my previous pioneer was hooked up the same way this one is,and it didnt do it. hopefully the ground is the problem, and will solder the positive also,, if that doesnt help, then inside the unit i will check...wich i shouldnt cause alpine should of done a good job soldering things inside, many thanks.

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One of the circuits on the "board" may be loose, or poorly soldered. I had a similar issue with My Pioneer unit. I checked them all, added some solder to the loose ones, and it was as good as new. Best of Luck.

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    Timothy D Sep 06, 2007

    I mean inside the unit itself.

    It could be the ground as well. I would add a ground to the chassis, my friend worked for Best Buy and he was an idiot. They DO make mistakes too.

    Best of Luck.

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