Question about Car Audio & Video
It keeps melting the fuse on the amp
You may have to big of a load. The speakers may be to low in ohms and the amp cant push speakers that low or there is a short in the wire going to the speakers
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
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Make sure that your amp turn on wire is connected from behind the radio to your amplifier. Usually the turn on wire is a blue wire but it can be any. This blue wire connects from the blue/white wire behind the radio to your small connection turn on connector on the amps power connections. You have 3 ( 12V , Ground, Switch or the smallest connector)
Also check the amplifiers fuses, and the main powerline fuse as well. If this doesnt work then write back to me.
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