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Re: I enhance volume car light shimmer and amp off.
Need more info. Are you sying that your lights pulse to the bass? Capacitors help. I would recomend at LEAST a 2 farad. Make sure you are using GOOD QUALITY 4 gauge power wire. So many "kits" say 4 gauge, but strip it back and you have a glorified 8 guage wire. I've seenit. Also, MAKE SURE that it is ran to the bayttery and use the SAME gauge for the ground (no more that 4 feet if possible).
In case your next question is "how do I hook up a Cap?", here it goes:
Power AND ground to the cap, then power AND ground from cap to the amp input. So very easy!!
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The low voltage light would indicate that there is not enough power reaching the amplifier through the power wire. Are you using 4awg or bigger wire? Is the amp grounded well? Does this happen all the time or just at high volume?
Try checking your power and ground connections and ensure that you are using the correct size of wire.
If you are 100% sure that you have checked all the wiring, this is usually due to not enough current reaching the amp. Make sure you are using the right size power wire (4awg) and that the power and ground connections are solid. This could also be due to a bad ground to the chassis.
Sorry,after rereading your problem,I gave a wrong answer.Do you have the deck sub RCA pre-amps connected to the amp,then the wires from the amp to the sub?If you do,you need to check what the sub and amp are rated as such as,peak or rms.They are 2 completely different meanings.Greg
Check your ground connections. Alot of times when the amplifier is pushed to its higher levels of power if it doesnt have a solid ground connection it will kind of choke itself. Also with the amplifier you should make sure there are no knicks or anything in the power cable. Make sure you are running a 4awg power and ground cable with solid and clean connectors on the ends. Also that amplifier needs a good anl fuse holder with at least 100 amp fuse.
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