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Aftermarket cd player

I just swapped my factory cd player out for a aftermarket one . Everything seems to work fine but there is some kind of humming sound that gets worse as you press the gas . My car is a 1992 lexus sc400. Any help is appreciated . thanks addam.f

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  • addamj Feb 13, 2008

    I am using the acc and the b+ . and no i am not using the harness it was gone already

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Where are you getting yoru power supply from? Did you use the old existing harness?

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