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Power comes on and off

I bought the radio off ebay, when i fitted it to my car the power comes on and then goes off straight away. All the wires are correctly fitted. Can anyone help

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  • murray100 Dec 15, 2007

    I am installing a JVC KD-S6060 in a Corsa using the correct ISO connectors. If I put in a CD, the stereo powers on then off again when the CD is in. Other that that it does not start. Aerial is not connected yet, could this cause the problems?

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Hi maybe the cable from yor power cable is thin.you need to connect a cable directly from your battery and noy via your ignition

Posted on Feb 09, 2007

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