Question about Pioneer Car Amplifier GM-5100T - 2CH 760 Watts Car Audio Amplifier

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Mosfet 760 watt pioneer amplifier

When i first hooked up my amp it worked great. had some awsome sound coming out of it but the one day when i started my truck it was no longer working. the light is on and all the cables look to be good. no fuses blown either. sometimes it will make a loud thump noise in my subs but no sound from the actual stereo.

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  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2009

    the blue light comes on for a sec then turns off

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Check all ground cables from your truck's stereo and amplifier as well. Sometimes when ground cables get loose you hear those thumping noise in your subs. GOOD LUCK!!

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