Question about Car Audio & Video
The easiest thing to try is to clean all of the electrical contacts between the faceplate and the HU with rubbing alcohol. Also, play around with pressing on different points on the faceplate while pushing buttons. See if any point that you press causes the issue to happen more/less often. It may be as simple as a contact that is barely touching its mate.
Beyond that, it's possible the faceplate is starting to go south, in which case a new faceplate may be in order. Unfortunately, I didn't see any for sale on eBay, but you might look around.
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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