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Ignition i replace ciol plugs wires and i still got the #2 cly not fireing but engine runs my ciol melted on #2 plug wire the old one

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The module that the coil pack is connected to is shot if you don't have spark in that cylinder. If you have spark in that cylinder and it is still not fireing than you may have a bad injector

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you need to run a grund wire to bat to amp as well your tune or try chang your spark plug to a restor spark plug do you light dim if so run two gund wire to the amp and your tuner I hope this help..:)

Jul 07, 2013 | Car Amplifiers

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Car amplifier noise


Noise in Audio:
  • If noise is a "whine" that goes up and down with engine speed, confirm that Amplifier and any other source unit (Radio, EQ, X-over, etc) is properly grounded.
  • A "clicking" or "popping" noise at a rate that follows engine speed is generally induced by vehicles ignition system. Confirm that the vehicle is equipped with resistor plugs and plug wires. Or, ignition system may need service.
  • Speaker and input wires should not be routed next to the wired that interconnect lights and other accessories/equipment.
  • If above steps do not improve/clear noise interference, the system should be checked by a professional mobile audio installer.
If this tip in any way helped you please do not forget to rate it, thanks.

on Feb 21, 2010 | Car Amplifiers

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I have an old kenwood kac-801. It doesn't have rca outputs. i have an output adapter but the wire colors are different. i need the scematics or someones help


take one of your door speakers and check the wireing on the speaker and hook up your wires to those wires on your raido

May 12, 2010 | Car Amplifiers

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Remote wire heats up and starts to melt.


sounds like the remote wire is shorted somewhere in it and needs to be replaced. You also need to be sure you are hooking it up to an ignition switch and not a constant I usually use the radio fuse in the fuse box.

Mar 08, 2010 | Car Amplifiers

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I am trying to hook up an ancient Kenwood KAC-801 amplifier. The original input cable has 1 red, 1 black, then another smaller awg white (1) sharing a common with another small awg yellow. Applying power...


Yes, keep in mind that the amps have a constant power (the large red wire) and need a remote signal to tell them when to turn on/off. This wire connect to a switched 12v from the ignition or radio blue wire (if aftermarket)

Nov 01, 2009 | Kenwood KAC-9102D Car Audio Amplifier

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Can it handle two subs bridged? cuz mine smells like burning something if i turn it up. there hooked up parralel and are 2 ohm.


What size are the power/ground wires? This is most likely the problem. If you are running that thing to the max, you will need a 2 or 4 gauge wire. Do it quickly, this starts a lot of fires when the wire melts.

Oct 24, 2009 | AudioBahn A2200HCT Car Audio Amplifier

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Where does the rem wire plug into


It plugs into the power antenna cord on your radio if your radio does not have a dedicated remote cord. The remote switch is so that you amp can detect when your radio is on and turn on too, or is off when your radio is off so as not to drain the battery

Sep 23, 2009 | Eclipse (XA1000) Car Audio Amplifier

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My name is Noah. I have a Volfenhag zx 7150 2 channel amp, and I was wondering if I could use this amp to run my mids and highs. And if yes, how would I run the wiring?


Hello violentj_1_u,

Yes, the amp can be used to power normal speakers on 2 channels.

The best way to wire the amp to a stock receiver (head unit) is to use a pair of wiring harnesses, one the standard harness that plugs into the vehicle wiring, the other a "reverse" harness that plugs into the stock receiver.

First remove the plug from the receiver and plug in the "reverse" harness. Run the speaker leads from the reverse harness to your amp inputs or to a line output converter (LOC) and RCA's to the amp. Then run the amp speaker outputs to the standard harness speaker wires. Plug the original receiver plug into the standard harness and splice the remaining wires, 12V constant, 12V accessory, ground, illumination, etc, together. Connect the 12V switched wire to your amp remote terminal.

Hope this helps.

Aug 25, 2009 | Car Amplifiers

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hello . what has happen is one of a couple of thing .? the wire could be burnt becouse of to menny amp's going throught it . becouse it's fuse is to big for the size of the wire. that you are using for your hot wire.to run your amp.!!! it work like this !!! the wire is gaged buy it's size .!!! and that determine's what size of fuse that could be used .!!! for that gage of wire.!!! in amp's.!!! that it let flow through it.!!! and a fuse is determin in it size in amp.!!' it will let flow through it the fuse. !!! and most likly you or someone has put to big of a fuse in .!!! you inline fuse holder .!!! that run's from the + hot of the battery all the way to your + side of your amp's.!!! that's mostlikly where you will find your problem.!!! check it first.!!! ok .!!! then check your amp it should have a fuse that plug's in to it .!! on the side of the amp.!!! you need to make sure that you use the right size of fuse for that gage of wire.!!! if you use to big of fuse you will have a wire fire or a melt down that burn's the wire in half or worst.!!! hope this help's you let me know. "GOOD LUCK"

Aug 03, 2008 | Car Amplifiers

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Melted speaker wire


Whats the size of the wire? If they are too small they will melt and even catch on fire. Let me know.

Nov 01, 2007 | Rockford Fosgate 800.2 Car Audio Amplifier

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