Question about Car Audio & Video
Hi to me it sounds like u have a loose power connection maybe even inside the radio. i would pull it out and just check that all the wires are firmly plugged in and none have been severed. if that doesnt fix it try opening it up and see if there is any corrosion on any of the main power terminals, if this is the case a bit of very light sandpaper will suffice, but make sure its light and be carefull of the other components. Hope that works!!
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
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