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Power lights when my car is not on the three blue lights on top of the amp are still on, but the power light on the side of the amp is not. Is it normal for the three lights on top to stay on all the time?

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No that is not normal. That means your amplifier is still getting power. Try connecting your remote wire from your cd player, to an on / off switch (auto parts store) and from the on / off switch to the amplifier. When you turn your car off, turn the switch off and your amp will no longer have power.

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