Question about Kenwood KDC-MP208 Car CD/ MP3 Player
Protect mode indicates a short in the speaker wiring or a faulty speaker. Just disconnect speakers one at a time to determine which is the issue, then swap that speaker with a known good speaker from a different location (other side of car). If the headunit goes back in to protect mode when a known good speaker is connected, you know that the short is in the speaker wiring between the speaker and the deck. If the warning does not come back you know that the speaker is at fault, replace it. In most cases it is the speaker rather than the wiring. Good luck, should be an easy fix if you're familiar with car audio installation, if not, find a friend who will help you, it's not worth paying an audio shop $40 just to unplug your speaker.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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