The problem is that there is no sound at all. the LED power light lights up, so there's definitely power, but somewhere between the power and the speaker, there's a problem. any suggestions? the capacitor gets real hot, but i thought that was always the case??
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It sounds as if your brake switch plunger is not making contact at the peddle. The way it works is when it's touching, the light is out and, when you step on the brake peddle the plunger from the switch travels outward and turns the light on. OR The wires are corroded somewhere in the line (possibly at the rear light housing) whereby the brake light wire is powered through an active 12 volt line when the vehicle is running.
check that fusse under the hood if its blown pull it out and replace it wont hurt anything if u pull it out an put it back in if the cars off.but if ur getting power lights on the amps then more then likely ur fuse isnt blown.id start by checking the audio cables are produceing sound.if u need more help let me know email@example.com
I could be a number of things, first of all if the red light on your amp is on when the car is powered up your amp is in protect mode and you either have a bad sub or amp, if your amp does not even turn on you have a fuse blown somewhere
The Basslink should have both a red power LED and a green servo LED. The red LED should be on when power is applied. The green servo LED should only come on during high-level bass transients. Turn the gain down slightly if it stays on for extended periods.
Try finding a better ground some amps are more finicky about ground than others. Try running a wire from the ground on your battery to the ground on the amp if this works then you will know you need to find a better place to pick up a ground.
First your need to make sure that the amplifier is grounded properly. And verify that all other connections are as well. Unfortunatelly, i wouldn't be able to help you because i need to be in front of it to troubleshoot. Hope you fix it.
check the power cables on the amp and the inputs.isome time when ground cable disconnect the lioghts will light up any way. depending on the way ur vehicle is ground ed .toyota chssis r usually posite un like the norm which is neg.rating please
Other than the +12V, the ground (-) and the 2 RCA inputs, normally external amps have also a remote trigger which switches it to active on. The remote trigger is activated by a wire from the head unit. Colors would either be yellow or blue but depends on manufacturer of head unit. Alternately, you can connect a simple toggle on/off switch to activate the external amp.
Additionally, pls verify that the 2 RCAs from your head unit are audio out and not audio in for aux source.