Question about Car Audio & Video
Check your wiring to your speakers or AMP.
If not amp, you may have slipped a wire from the back or wired them backwards.
If AMP, make sure RCA leads are plugged in securely and speaker cabling is entered correctly.
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
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