Question about Car Audio & Video
Ok last night i noticed on my 10 inch sub woofer there was a wire that wasnt on so i put it on and tightend the screw next morning it wouldnt work, there was a small spark that happend while tightening the screw, by chance did i short something or what i dont know what to do, or how to get it fixed!?!?
Ok, that was some important information there. If you were tightening the 12V power line, small sparks are normal. You should also have a thin wire (often blue) going into a 3rd terminal. This is normally called the remote wire. It's the wire that tells the amp to turn on when your radio turns on. Do you have a remote wire connected? When you start your radio or car, does the amp light up? There should be a power indicator light -does it light up? There may also be a fuse on the side of the amp, pull this out and see if it's blown. If not, put it back in.
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