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It sounds like your compressor is short cycling and yes that is probably a prelude to major problems. A number of things can cause this. Check to make sure your condenser is clean (it's the heat exchanger in the back) and if there is a fan for that unit make sure that is turning when the "motor" you are hearing comes on. If that heat exchanger is covered in dust you can easily solve your problem. If the fan has died, you might have the knowledge to do it. If those look ok it's probably something with the refrigeration cycle and you'll probably need an expert to figure it out in person.
Your problam may be within the starter or starter wiring. Considering the vehicle is manual shift you can try bump starting the car. If the car starts the problem is within the starting circuit and most likely the starter itself.
No that's how to describe a problem, folks - with details. Using internal FM as the source is always the preferred way of troubleshooting system-wide receiver audio problems (no cables or setting in the way).
Does the sound come on immediately with power and then fade or is there a small delay while the electronics stabilize, a click and then sound that fades?
The fizzle probably means something is rapidly overheating or a capacitor is malfunctioning. If both channels do it, I'd suspect a common power supply problem. Can't help much more than that.
Sometims several capacitors start going bad giving you the audio problem, but I don't remember the set turning itself off. That could be a secondary problem around the flyback transformer which may have a bad solder connection. I would check that first. Otherwise, I would be tempted to go with HDTV.