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Mar 8, 8:33pm - #120079 
Stereo acting up

I just installed a new head unit in my car. It works perfectly except that it gets loud when I drive fast and quiet when I slow down. Any suggestions how to fix it?

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Mar 8, 8:34pm - #120080 
how did you wire it?

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Mar 8, 9:18pm - #120081 
Did you buy the harness that fit your car model? the best way to install is to get the harness so you don't have to cut off the stock harness.


Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?

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Mar 8, 9:20pm - #120082 
Do you have speed controled volume on it? Or is could be the way you wired it.

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