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Stero works with engine off

Hi,

The pioneer deck is running to a amp and a single set to a 6x9 in a basic 72 chevy setup,

Ive neever had any problems with the motor on or off, now win the truck is running no audio is coming out of the sub and 6x9 but u do hear like a skipping humming noise!

Were should i start trouble shooting

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Some wiring may be crossed between the Ignition wire and the 12V battery wire. Check the wires behind the head unit. The head unit could also be going. Hope this helps!

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