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Sony aftermarket radio installed into 1996 maxima with factory speakers. radio makes loud "pop" noise whenever changing stations or source. otherwise, it's pretty clear. pls help.

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    kylegraver Mar 17, 2013

    have the same problem

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    kylegraver Mar 17, 2013

    same car i have bose speakers stock, and mine does the same thing could it be the ground wires?

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Does it just pop thru the subwoofers? If so I would guess its something to do with the rca wires.

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