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Both Positive and Negative Speaker Wires Mixed With Truck On

My sons truck was running when he crossed the two speaker wires. The amp went into protect mode and went back to regular. Fuses are fine and so are the cables but you can hear engine noise when started. Whats wrong?

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WHEN U CROSSED THE WIRES U POPED A WIRE LEAD LOSE, CHECK ALL YOUR CONNECTIONS.

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