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Car stereo Jensen car stereo volume goes down after playing a while

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  • Wouter Basson Feb 13, 2008

    The volume actually goes down while driving, when you stop and return to the car later the volume almost blows you out of the car.
    No amp fitted

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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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