Question about Car Audio & Video
Hi, sounds like you lost your amp turn on. Look for a blue, or a blue-white wire, that is your turn on and or power antenna wire. Turn on your strreo, check the output voltage with a meter on that wire. If you have voltage, check the battery power on your amp. If you dont have power on the turn on wire, use an acc. voltage that shuts off with the key. That should do the trick.
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