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Check your Amp Frequency Ratings and also your power supply.
Increase the high levels gradually until cut-off.
Try reducing your output level at the EQ to match the Input Level at the AMP. What Brand & Model Amp is it plugged into?
If you aren't using one of the group outs you could re-route the main L/R through one of them. I can't remember if that board will let you configure the MONITOR outs for either PRE/POST fader but if so you could go that route too.
Otherwise that fader is most likely dead & you'll probably have to replace the MAIN L/R, master output module if you can't find a competent tech to fix just the fader.
you would want to check the ignition switch since this is the area that everything goes through all your power for everything in the car goes through it, its in the column and should have visible or audible signs of wear if that is it
Its as simple as it looks. Th eq butom activates the EQ control. Turning it off bypasses the EQ which is helpful for comparative listening. A lot of destruction can be done with improper equing so sometimes its a good idea to just turn it off and evaluate what the recording originally sounds like with out being tampered with. Some units have a tuneable frequency selection so you can digitally hone in on the desired frequency range that you want to bump or reduce but those are labeled frequency more often than not.