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Radio Metal Case Gets hot - Not just resonable hot

But makes the CDs hot when ejected. Heres what I have installed in 1987 Cadillac Seville

2 Hot to 2 hot - constant & keyed Ok
Black Ground wire to black gr - Ok
Antennae to antennae - Ok

I do not have the metal case grounded to metal could that do it?

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    Fred Farkelson Jun 11, 2008

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Use bigger wires.

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  • Jimix Eouex
    Jimix Eouex Jul 28, 2008

    Sir i'm sorry i miss the point, you could have do it using metal (chassis) grounding.

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