In article <w_idnev-muNmxYPeRVn-rQ@comcast.com>, email@example.com
> Thanx all for replying. I live in Texas where its in 100s now. The Radio
> will only power up in extreme heat. I just dont get it. Checked wiring
> harness and fuses no issues there still in normal temp the radio just will
> not power until in extreme heat. Any suggestion will be much apprerciated.
> "MS" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > When the car heats up under the sun the in-dash radio works fine but when
> > it
> > cools down the radio will not power up. I tried replacing fuse check the
> > wire harness etc. but can resolve this issue. Any advice will be highly
> > appreciated.
> > Thanx.
> > Please drop me a line at vocalglobe//at\\hot mail//dot\\com
> > (remove the //\\)
You might try asking on rec.audio.car.
I would try powering it from a 12v power supply and following the power
bus. Use a heat gun and gingerly heat small areas until it works, then
use a circuit cooler spray to cool it off in various areas until I could
reliably make it start and stop.
Sounds like a poorly solder connection somewhere such that the
conductors move/expand connecting when hot. That type of problem is
more common than you might think. I used to see it at times when I was
working in electronics. Especially component leads going through a
soldered connection hole in a circuit board. The connection visually
looked fine but when moved with an insulated tool or heated and cooled
as I described would fail.
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