Question about Kicker KX400.1 Car Audio Amplifier
Wire connection is not right or the power source is not enough. Make sure the radio wires connected to the car are correct and that the usually blue and white REM wire from the radio is connected to the REM position in amp. Power source must be straight from battery not from anywhere else. Ground wire should be connected any metal bolt in trunk or to a new hole drilled into frame. Also make sure that the wires for speakers are running on 1 side of the car and the power is on the other side, never together on same side of car. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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