Question about Car Audio & Video
Sounds like the amp is blown. Is it the fuse at the amp that blows? or the one at your battery? disconnect the ground and power wires from the amp and check for continuity between the ground and power on the amp terminals. you should have no continuity, and if you do i would check for a shorted power supply mosfet. try disconnecting all speaker wires, rca's, and remote power and see if it still blows. If it does its a problem in the amp, probably blown mosfets.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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