Question about Car Audio & Video
10 amp fuse in back of radio blows as soon as it touchs terminals.
This will happen when there is a hot wire touching within the wiring scheme or, it could be merging circuitry within the radios main circuit board, which is mainly heat related and will happen over a long period of usage.
I recommend running a complete wire check form the radio and o the amp and all speakers. check the main radio wire harness for worn or lose connectors. make sure the ground is secure and the hot wire isn't crossing.
In most cases, this will be caused by merging circuits within the radio itself.if this is the case, you will have to replace the radio.
Please rat and have a great weekend:)
Posted on May 09, 2009
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