I have a BTX 250 bass tube, it has just stopped working. The power light is flashing, it is usually just on. I have changed the fuse and checked the wires. I have someone coming to view the car in an hour......please help.....quick!!!
stop working light on and power to sub but no output NO MUSIC NNNOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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The brake pedal position sensor is a resistive device used to sense the action of the driver's application of the brake pedal. The brake pedal position sensor provides an analog signal that will increase as the brake pedal is pressed.
The brake pedal position sensor receives both a 5-volt reference voltage and a low reference signal from the electronic brake control module (EBCM). When the brake pedal is pressed, a variable signal is applied from the brake pedal position sensor to the EBCM through the brake sensor signal circuit. The fuse block left rear supplies battery positive voltage to the bass relay switch through the BASS fuse. One side of the bass relay coil is permanently grounded at G402. The EBCM supplies voltage to the bass relay coil upon receiving the signal from the brake pedal position sensor. The switch contacts of the bass relay close and battery positive voltage is applied through the bass relay switch to the center high mounted stop lamp (CHMSL), and to the turn signal/hazard flasher module through the stop lamp switch signal circuit. The ground for the CHMSL is applied from G402. The turn signal/hazard flasher module then supplies voltage to the left and right stop lamps in the tail lamp assemblies that have ground at G401 and G402. For export vehicles the stop lamps receive battery positive voltage directly from the bass relay.
Do you know where the rear fuse box is ? Check BAS fuse 15amp. and the bas relay , should be marked on the inside of the fuse box lid . The rear fuse box is located
Fuse Block - Left Rear
In the passenger compartment, under the left side of the rear seat at carpet
Power and Grounding Component Views
Electrical Center Identification Views
Fuse Block - Right Rear
In the passenger compartment, under the right side of the rear seat at carpet.
If fuse and relay are ok your best would be to take to a cadillac dealer .
we need : mfg name of monitor (vast) model name (vaster) product p/n , like viewsonic, VA22xxxxxx ? there are no 2 monitors alike, and never will be.. be specific. my guess you are working an old cold cathode florescent tube LCD monitor. (yes, ive mixed many) it has 3 parts. (a/c power, fuse, power pack, and the tubes) check for power to the power pack (highvoltage it is) 120vac in (usa) and hv out for the tubes. if the power to it is good and the tubes are dead, the pack is Dead. this is the #1 failure mode for all old LCD. the pack dies. and costs more than a new or used monitor. but it is true fleabay sellers do rip them out and sell them used. but usually dont last long. due to Age. btw too, a full manual (with schematcs) can had, but usually costs $$$
check the rear whip,usually right under the bumper where the left side and right side come together,un-tape everything and check the brown wire and connection,if looks green with corrosion then cut it and re-solder it and seal with insulating wire wrap or shrink wrap tube---its for the tail lights or parking lights
Check fuse #5 10 amp in the junction block inside the car
also check fuse #14 10 amp in the junction block and fuse #4 15 amp in the junction block.
If the fuses are good, try this reset process...
You may have a code or a problem with your body control module. try disconnecting the battery turn the key to the run position let sit for 10 minutes then turn key off and reconnect the battery this will reset all the modules in the carback to factory settings.
i have a 2001 sienna xle,,, the power locks fuse box is under the dash to the left of the seering wheel behind the change holder..... changing the fuse should reactive the locks....also u have three fuse boxes under the hood..good luck
Disconnect all speaker wires from the amp and disconnect the RCA cables from the amp. If it still goes into protect mode, use a multimeter to confirm that you have 12v on the B+ and remote terminals. Place the black meter probe on the ground terminal of the amp when measuring the voltage. If the voltage is sufficient and the amp goes into protect, it will have to be repaired. JL only accepts repairs from authorized dealers. You'll have to find one in your area or you'll have to find a repair shop willing to work on JL amps.