Question about Pioneer Car Audio & Video
Make sure there is no speaker in the system that is grounding to metal...this will cause the internal amplifier in the unit to shut off to protect itself from shorting. you can confirm this by disconnecting all speakers from the unit and one by one connecting them back up until it shuts off again or better yet, using a voltmeter, you can check for a shorted speaker contact or shorted voicecoil.
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
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