Question about Kenwood KAC-9104D Car Audio Amplifier
You're amp is not getting the maximium power then it once was. You must tighten the ground or reground it scrapining the metal. There is a lot resistance somewhere in your system. recheck your power connections making sure they are tight and not corroded already especially near the battery. take out the old fuse and replace it with a new one and see if the amp improves its power.
Sometimes the fuse internally breaks loose and has a bad connection without looking bad. You can measure this with a multimeter. See what the voltage on the side of the fuse holder away from the battery is. Is it 12 volts or does the voltage drop drastically.
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
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