Question about Cherokee Jeep Grand - RBB AM/FM Stereo Radio w/Cassette Player and integrated CD Changer Controls
Obviously there is a heating problem with it. It seems that it is getting too hot and its shutting down before it overheats and catches fire. Pull the radio out of the dash and leave the wires connected. Are there any bare wires or ones not connected good? There may be a short between the wires thats not a significant enough connection to blow the fuse. Seperate the wires from each other and turn the radio back on. Let it play till the time that it usually shuts down. If its still doing it I would suggest smashing it with a hammer.
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
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