Audio Problem

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  1. Hoodoo

    Hoodoo OT Supporter

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    [font=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica]About a year ago i was driving and got a phone call so i cranked down the volume real quick and heard a pop and everything quit working on that area of my dash except for the lights behind the buttons. Then I noticed my buttons for the cd/cassette player on my 96 2 door yukon were pretty damn hot. Fast forward a few days and I noticed my battery was dying, so i replaced it. It kept dying so I pulled the fuses for the radio and that fixed the problem.

    I don't know much about car audio so I was wondering if yall had any insight on how to fix this. I haven't heard anything but people tell me it'll be more expensive to fix than to replace, so I was wondering what exactly I need to buy and do to get a CD player into my truck. Nothing fancy, nothing cheap.
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  2. pharcyde183

    pharcyde183 Nissan by nature

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    you just want a cd player, or do you want speakers amps and subs too >:)
     
  3. Hoodoo

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    Just the CD player for now.
     

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