You don’t have to worry about the car’s audio system going missing, but removing it from your vehicle could make it a lot easier to keep track of things.
Car audio systems like a car stereo and stereo speakers can be quite sensitive to temperature fluctuations, so if you notice them shutting down for a few minutes or even for a day or two, you could be at risk for damage.
To keep your car from shutting down permanently, remove the car audio systems from your dash and replace them with more insulated ones.
The most important thing to do is to keep the car in a cool room away from other areas, such as the vents, that could cause damage.
Make sure the car has been ventilated and air conditioned before putting it back in the car.
To replace your car audio, you’ll need a new set of keys or keyspam and a new key fob.
Use the following instructions to do that: