Question about Car Audio & Video
Check to see if you didn't connect the rca's in the back of the stereo to the inputs. some stereos have input rcas, like to connect cd changer. if you have a spare amp try it. if it works your amp may have blown a fuse or the outputs are burned.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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