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The DXZ375 has two sets of RCA outputs (1 red plug, 1 white plug) located on the back of the unit. The set with the white main wire is for a front amplifier, and the one with the black main wire is the rear. You want the black one.
I'm assuming you also have an amplifier for your subs and the necessary wiring. You will need to run a 12v+ from the battery to the amplifier, splice a power-on signal wire from the ACC Power wire on the stereo's wiring harness (red wire) as well as connect the amp to the stereo via the RCA outputs.
Im guessing you have an amplifier if not check the cd player ground " AMP GRD" means amp ground is faulty. In the event that you do have an amplifier check that ground wire as it's most likely the problem.
1:Try checking your ground connections, if they are good, then try
regrounding the head unit to some bare metal in the dashboard, you could have a
problem with the factory ground.
2:try looking at your speaker connections, sounds you have a wire
grounding,try disconnecting all speakers and see if it does it. If
not, try connecting one at a time, see if you can single out the
speaker thats causing the problem
and also check to make sure the speaker terminals are not touching any metal, which is unlikely, because they are factory speakers.
go to the clarion site(www.clarion.com) and put in the dxz375mp number in the search section and it will take you to that cd player and you can download the instruction manual and the installation manual on the upper right hand corner.