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If you used a standard wire harness, pull out the ground wire cut it as short as possible and ground it directly to the firewall. Be sure to have a solid ground (sand down the area).


There is a good chance that this will help. It should also eliminate the "dimming" of the head unit's back lighting during peak power bursts....ie. dancing with the music.


Sometimes the casing around the head unit creates a ground loop causing the symptoms you stated. You may need to also ground the casing as well.


And finally, there may just be a miswiring or a short. Check again. :cheers:


Hope this may help.

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