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Why does the volume go all the way up, even if it was down, when car is started?

I can have the volume half way up, turn off the car and when I restart the car the volume goes to 40 automatically.

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Bad connections or just a faulty radio if it is under warranty you need to probably replace it happens to the best of us

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Do you have the amp bridged first off? if you do unbridge it. Next,

1) Turn all the settings all the way down on the amp.
2) Turn your bass on the radio into the negatives (-2 or-3)
3) Turn the volume up to the point where your highs start to not sound good, then turn them down just enough to where they sound good again.
4) Turn your crossover to about half if your box is ported, or three Fiths if its sealed.
5) Raise your gain slowly untill either the volume doesn't get any higher or you hear the subs start to sound funny. Now turn it down just a hair.
6) Turn your crossover up a hair then down a hair and see what happens, if it gets a touch louder with out distortion then leave it. If it losses clarity then place it back to where it was.
7) Listen to a couple songs you know well and stand in front of your subs at volume to be sure theres no distortion.

You should be good at this point let me know if you need something else.

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