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Re: kicker car amp overheating
Disconnect the speaker wires and the RCA cables from the amp. If it still heats up, the amp has an internal fault. If it doesn't, you need to check the wiring for shorts and you need to make sure the impedance is what it should be (no less than 2 ohms per channel).
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"how do i made amp ohm instead of 4" What? I think you're asking how to make the amp 2 ohm. If your 12's are already wired for 2 ohm, just connect the 2 leads to the bridged terminals on the amp. There will be 4 connections on the amp. One for each channel. Usually, the two outside terminals (one positive and one negative) are the bridge and it'll be noted with a line painted on the surface above the terminals. That's all you have to do. If it is overheating, you should put cooling fans on it.