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Stereo loses power when vehicle is in motion.

The stereo plays fine when the vehicle is not moving, but it shuts down when the vehicle is in motion. How can I fix this problem?

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Look for a loose wire or connection! Obviously something is getting disturbed by the bumps and motion of the vehicle.

You would have to get access to the wiring that is associated with the radio, and try moving, pushing, and pulling on the wires and connectors to make some kind of disturbance. They when you make the fault, you work your way around to zero in on the exact location.

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Posted on May 25, 2008


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