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Stock radio gets REAL hot

Noticed this the other night comin home from the lease. The radio on my 2000 psd was ridiculously warm. It's a little warm during the day as well, but not near like it is at night when I have all my lights on. Should it be that warm?
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Re: Stock radio gets REAL hot

Probably not! i would be pulling that ***** out and checking the wiring with all the lights on and engine running. It could be the radio unit itself going bad.

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