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The stereo's volume goes up and down on its and I cannot control it. Loose wire connection?

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This is dirt and the tactile switches and soft touch pads

if its a face off then replace the face
or get it cleaned or repaired {replace the switches if you can}
touch pad types can be repaired quite easy just with a careful clean

you could try to clean with a 'gold cloth' or a glass fiber pen

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if u got an amplifier, make sure u replace the fuse with a higher amp fuse, If the face for the detatchable deck got some kinda liquid, use compressed air to clean it a little bit, make sure alternator is charging and if ur car is not running then make it run to keep the battery chargin, :)

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SOURCE: pioneer DEH-17 wiring diagram or pinout connection

the groung wire was torn out of my deh1700 pin connector where does it go back

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