Q: Vibration from rear deck

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There seems to be a vibration from my rear deck whenever a hard bass kicks in. earlier today, opened the deck put up some songs and the vibration was still there but i can't seem to figure out where its coming from.

In order to try and locate a vibration due to an aftermarket radio with heavy bass you would need to try and touch each body part until you find the part that is vibrating and then a fix may be done to isolate that part better so it will not vibrate.

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