Question about Car Audio & Video
Take the amp out and hookit up to the car battery and let it charge then unplug it do this a couple of times then rehook it to the cars audio system it sounds like your amp may be locked..
also check your speaker wires from amp to speaker box then from the back of the box to the speaker inside the box you may have a short..
thats where i would start.. hope this helps
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
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