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The radio/cd player on my 01 yukon loses the sound randomly. Some times it works fine then othertimes it does it a lot. This all started a month ago. Before then I'd had no problems. I talked to a guy at a car stereo shop and a GMC mechanic and BOTH said the stereo was bad and needed to be replaced. So, today I had a JVC HD stereo/cd player installed. I got half way home and it started doing the same thing. Everything works fine except the sound. When playing a cd and it cuts out the cd keeps going, but no sound. The speakers sound fine when they work. What could be causing this? The factory system is a non bose with factory subwoofer and onstar.

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Sounds like the amp is over heating and needs to be replaced
and yes there is most likely an amp in the system and it is eithor over powered or over heating

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