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1996 gmc suburban factory speakers

I bought the truck 3mths. ago . at first the sound started fading in and out, now it just goes out . thought it was the factory head unit so I replaced. hooked up the new unit sound came on and went out radio was crackling loudly while pushing unit into position

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Sounds like you have a wiring problem.....

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