Question about Car Audio & Video
If they're blowing as soon as it powers on, it's likely to be a short.
Pull all signal cables, lower the volume and power it.
If it doesn't blow the fuse, attach the cables one by one starting with the outputs. When it blows, you'll have you suspect. Trace it to it's dest/source to find the problem
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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