Ive run out of diesel in this car and after filling a container with £6 of diesel and putting it in the tank, I cant get the car started. will it need bleeding or do I just need to put more diesel in it
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Top load or front? If top loader, the pressure fill switch may be unplugged or broken. Hose leads from the switch to the tub. If the hose is disconnected or has a hole in it, or is plugged the washer will continue to fill with no shutoff.
Does the car start with the voltage dropping like that? Sounds like a bad battery. A battery can show 12.6 volts and as soon as you put a load to the battery the voltage will drop. I would change the battery and see if that helps. Also check your alternator. Get a DMM set to DC volts connect it to the battery and see how far the voltage drops when the cars running. You should see something like 14 volts or so. If it drops below 11 volts you may need to upgrade the "big 3" wires...hope this helps
its your fuse box. i would bypass the fuse box and wire this amp directly to the battery via monster cable. make sure you attach a 30wieght fuse to the monster cable that is running from the battery to your amp. ground the amp against the trunk. scrape the paint of a section and drill a hole in the trunk. use this for the ground for you amp. this will fix the no power issue.
you've spent alot of money on **** by the sounds of it!!. you should only ever run multiple subs the same brand, power and resistance you can just connect any old subs to a system you need to wire them depending on the load that the amp needs to see. first thing is to try the amp/s on a individual sub to check your amps still work once done check the subs 1 by 1.
if you are trying to run some highs with built in high-pass crossovers off of a amp that is setup for subs(amp is on low-pass) then your highs will not work. You are better off running another amp or running them off of your deck...