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Mach 460 cuts out when I turn the volume up

My 02GT has an aftermarket head unit. I didn't install it and it sounds kind of okay but if i turn the volume up to the louder side all of my lows cut out. What can I do to fix this?


02 Mustang GT Hard Top. 3.73 rear, CAI, No A/C,Performance suspension, Straight pipes from the cat. Bama Tuned. Rear upper and lower control arms with poly bushings.
Future mods: Cam, 3.9 rear, better suspension, Lightweight drive shaft, subframe connectors, larger tb, Long tube headers with electronic cutouts and SLP LMII's, SCT tuner, better wheels and tires, possibly a 2500 torque converter.
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I am not an expert on this but that area of Mustang is one of the hardest autos to replace the head unit. There is a good chance it was not matched/modified correctly. If it were mine I would start by researching at Crutchfield what modifications need to be made for the type of head unit you have and then check to see if it was done correctly and go from there.

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