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Only one side works and know it all worked when i took it out

I have a kenwood kac 819 450 sevo amp and woul like to know if there is a diagram i can look at to make sure im hooking it up right....

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Car amps are generally fairly simple to wire you need;

Battery Positive (large wire)
Ground (large wire)
Remote signal (small wire)
RCA In and/or Hi-level in

Then you generally have a set of screws or clips that are your speaker outputs.

To see if the problem is on the input or output side, simply switch your RCA cables and see if the audio starts coming out the other speaker.

If it does then you have an input problem and you should check to see if your RCA's are still plugged in to the head unit at the dash.

If the sound still just comes out the same side then you have an output problem and should check your speaker connections, verify that you subs are still good by switching the output wires on the amplifier, and check the wiring inside the speaker box.

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