Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Generally these systems will get fairly hot. It is quite normal. Check out another car and see how hot its system warms up and compare it to yours. I think the mp3 player turning off may just be a fluke. Did it only happen once? I think you may be overreacting but if it feels excessively hot, I would take it to the dealer since it should still be under warranty and have them take a look at it or possibly even take it to a 3rd party audio system store and let them take a look since I can't be sure of it being a problem since I'm not there. Sorry I can't be more help, but I would be glad to answer any further questions that you may have about this.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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