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Radio fuse stops and starts working radio goes on and off may play 5 minutes stay off all daY

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  • Anonymous Nov 17, 2008

    Sony Car Audio playes for 45 second then dies for the rest of the day. quite rundumly!

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Sounds like a bad connection. Does the fuse blow when you turn the radio on? If you are blowing fuses then there is a short somewhere that needs to be fixed.

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