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THE BATTERY DIED ON MY VEHICLE AND NOW MY SUBS WONT WORK BUT THE AMP TURNS ON

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Check the head unit settings.
They have probably been reset.
If it has a subwoofer setting make sure it is on.
Failing that, disconnect the subs completely from the amp and put a "test" speaker on the terminals to see if the amp has output.

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