Question about 1993 Chevrolet Beretta
Amps draw a lot of current so it should have been fused to avoid this problem, but since it happened, chances are the fire damaged the harness and burned through wires. When you take it apart you will see the area of damage. and you will have to repair or replace the damaged sections. the wire that caused the fire was probably the positive feed to the amp, somewhere it grounded out and since it was not properly fused it got very hot and damaged a harness that was close by or touching the feed wire.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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