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My radio/ nav comes on for 30 seconds then goes off. Then it continually repeats

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First is it an after market radio? If so then it could be the power wire. If not then the Radio and nav. could be going out. How long have you had the radio?

Posted on Mar 14, 2015

Testimonial: "This is the original factory radio. Car only has 35K miles."

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    Jason Smith Mar 14, 2015

    I would take the car back to the dealer ship and have them fix it.The Warrenty should cover that if not thell them that you could file the lemon law against them for selling you a car that they said every works.

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