Question about Car Audio & Video
Ok so i was driving my car and the bass stated to fade out as if i was turning the car off. but then it ddnt come back onn. so i stopped and everything seems to be connected ok. the rca and the rem seem to be connected and the power. there is some noise from the speakers so i know the rca cables are good but im not geting the power to turn on. what should i do? i was thinking its the rem cable so should i disconnect the battery then redo the rem connection or is the amp just bad.oh and the amp was pretty hot when i touched it cause i thought that it could have been over heated but its cooled down and has not gotten any better.
Check the fuses. If the fuse is bad the amp's power supply is burnt. If the red light stays red and never goes green then your amp is in protect mode and the output section is burnt.To test for rem. problem just use a jumper wire (paper clip... or whatever)to jump from +12v power to rem. If rem. wire has no voltage when your radio is turned on that will make your amp come on. then look for the fuse in the rem. line. Good luck !
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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