Question about Kicker 05C104 Car Subwoofer
Make sure that the wire is grounded to your frame, or any other unpainted metal surface. if no unpainted surface is available, get some sandpaper, and 2 gold, copper, or silver washers (in order from best connection to worst) from your local hardware store. find a bolt near the amp, that wont make something fall apart. take the bolt out, and sand the paint off underneath it. make sure to get all the paint and primer off. put the 2 washers on the bolt, and put the ground wire between the washers. then tighten the bolt nice and tight. this will give you the best possible ground connection, without running the ground to the neg of the battery. if this still doesnt work, try running the ground to the neg of the battery. if that doesnt work, then you should have your amp looked at. hope this helps
Posted on May 01, 2009
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