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When I slap the side of my trunk my subs start to burp.

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Hi,
Make sure all the connections are tight, especially if you have any of those big-can power capacitors. BE CAREFUL if you are using metal tools to do this, because if you accidently cross a positive terminal anywhere to ground, most ESPECIALLY the ones across the tops of the power capacitor/s, the tip of the tool may be vaporized. Wear a glove too.

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