Bought a used Kicker crv last week and its making a wierd noise.
I bought a used 15" kicker crv last week from my friend for $15 and i thought i might be able to fix it since its like brand new. they sill move and make sound and stuff, but just not the sound its suppost to be making. So if u know if i can get them fixed somewhere for cheap like under $100 or something just let me know. my email is firstname.lastname@example.org but yeah they are kinda hard to push in without the bass on, just need to know if there is hope for it.... thanks, kurt
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amps and wiring kits are very optimistic on the output. If you want proper wire, buy some welding cable "0" or "00" guage. That solves the power delivery. Put a 1 Farrad (or more) capacitor near the amp, that solves the surge power issue. Make sure the box is suitable for the subs. Lastly I'd say do some research and find the right amp that can deliver the clean, huge current required to move some serious air!
Check all of your car electric system... may be it's a short circuits... Then check all wirring your car audio system. May be your ground cable not installed well, or your audio connection short with ground...
Im guessing that it is possibly blown... either you ran too much power to it, or it was hooked up wrong... you should unscrew the sub from the box and look inside to make sure that it is connected correctly.... positive to positive, negative to negative,,, if they so much as touched then the L7 could very well be blown.... smell the magnet and if you smell a burnt smell... it is blown... maybe turn your amp down a little... its possible that it is also in protect mode because you are running too many watts to the amp. Feel free to ask if you have any other questions.... Please rate! :D And good luck... i really hope its not burnt out. that stuff is not cheap.
Considering you just bought it, the amplifier itself is probably not the issue. Small chance it is, but we'll go with that a last resort. Have you hooked it up without any speakers connected? Does the light still come on? Describe all the connections you have made to amp (what came from where, and what terminals it is connected to.)