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WHEN THE AMP HITS HARD THE RADIO SHUTS OFF WHY

THE HEAD LIGHTS DIM REAL BAD AS WELL

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That means you are drawing to much juice out of the battery you are going to fry your altinator if you keep doing that get a bigger battery or compassitor you can do seriouse damage to you car and system as well could blow trust me i have done it.

Posted on May 14, 2009

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