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2008-10-20 19:10:59
2008-10-20 19:10:59

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I recently installed an aftermarket stereo and had the problem of the unit turning on and off repeatedly. The factory ground wire was to thin/weak. I grounded my new unit directly to some metal that was inside the dash where the stereo was to be mounted. It worked well and stayed on after that.

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