Question about Ultimate Sound Car Audio & Video
Generally speaking.. disconnect speakers then retest if goes out bad speaker... but most likely you have a shorted output transistor.... remove bottom cover and look good at all transistors mounted to the sides... alot of times you will smell and see burnt up triac transistors.. if all looks good then take ohm meter and check finals for shorts... sometimes you have to remove some finals as in if one is shorted they all will show a short as they are tied together
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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