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I dont recommend using aluminum foil buy the correct fuses they arent exspensive. any auto parts store should carry most types. first check all of your power connections then check your ground connections if all looks and seems secure check the physical wire connections on the speakers. make sure the remote wire is connected properly. if none of this works try a different audio source to check the speaker itself
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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