Question about Car Audio & Video
Definately sounds like a bad groung. Try removing the stereo then trace the larger black wire on the harness to the point it bolts or screws into bare metal. If you can't find anything obvious, try adding an inline spade crimp and running a wire from that to a known good ground
Posted on May 03, 2009
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