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2014 SV with stock head unit.

So it's recently been pretty cold here, -20°C to -35°C and the factory head unit does not function when I start up. Very minimal cranking on startup so I know that the battery is OK. Once warmed up the radio only works if I turn it off and restart it.

I'm going to assume (since searching the forum turned up no results) that this is not a common issue. I'm also going to guess that it is likely a poor connection that due to the cold and wires connections contracting I'm losing a connection until warm.

Has anyone else experienced this issue or have any good starting points to start to diagnose the issue. I also don't have a garage so getting a chance to actually work on this may not be possible in the immediate.

Thanks in advance!
 

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Thanks for this link. Didn't show up when I was searching with cold or cold weather since this is what I was thinking was the cause. I'll check this out!
 
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