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My cd player shuts off when the music is too loud it is a cda-9887 and when it was in my friends car with the same speackers it did not turn off

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The radio could be drawing too much power from your battery which is causing it to shut off

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i think its the wires mate.
if you wnt to try something Discconect the battery of the car. let it 10 minutes and then plug it again. if it not work
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Check on the web for the distribution of the colors and wires from ur stereo and from the car.

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