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Speaker will go off intermitent

My speaker playes fine for a while then the bass goes out then comer back on what could be causing this problem

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Re: speaker will go off intermitent

Almost every time you have intermittent problems, they are due to a loose wire somewhere, I would say start with the basics and check every possible connection
-battery to amp
-ground to amp
-amp to sub (if possible)
-deck to amp

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