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Troubleshootin!!! My amp has perfect 12volt and secure ground, but when remote is powered up, amp doesn't kick on (remote has full 12 volt)

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If you haven't already, check the fuse(s) on the amp itself. If this isn't the issue, it's possible there's a problem inside the amp. From that point, you can attempt to open the amp up and look for (obviously) blown components or you can choose to hand it off to a repair facility.

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  • Verify that the amplifier is turning on by looking to see that it is lit up.

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    Use a voltmeter to verify your power supply is a good 12 volts by touching the ground lead to you amplifier's ground screw and the positive one to the amplifier's constant power supply screw. Also verify that you have 12 volts coming from the remote lead wire which is usually a thin blue wire between the ground and constant 12 volt supply.

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    Look for the "thermal overload" light. It is usually a red LED on the side of the amp. If the amp feels really warm and this light is lit, the amp has probably overheated from being tuned wrong or turned up too loud and shut itself down to cool off.

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    Make sure the "Gain" and other volume controls are turned up.

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    Confirm that the signal wire is still attached to the amplifier and has not come disconnected by vibrations in the car. Also check that the wires running out of the amp to the speakers are still attached to the amp.

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The radio will no turn on. we have all the wires connected the power cord is plugged in but when we press and or hold the mode button nothing happens. its a new radio that we are installing that was bought...


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I have a "12 kicker


If it is the amplifier that is shutting on and off:
Check to make sure the power and ground wires for the amp are secure, with no fraying, knicks or exposed wire. Check your fuses and connections to make sure everything is correct. Also look at the grounding location. be sure there is exposed metal around the grounding point (paint may cause intermittent power problems). Lastly, the amplifier's remote wire may be improperly secured to the wiring harness. Check the harness for exposed wire grounding out connections.
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My amp will not turn on i think its burnt how would i fix that


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Can you show me a dieagram or wireing up a amp


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The process is pretty much straight forward for any amp.
This is what you will need to get the job done:
15 ft- 4 gauge power wire (RED) with in-line fuse 3 ft - 4 Guage Ground wire (Brown) 15 ft - 12-16 Gauge Remote wire (Blue) 15 ft - RCA Wires Here are the steps:
  • BATT - (Battery +12v) - This will be a 4 guage red wire that you will run directly from your car battery to this Terminal. Be sure to buy a wire a with an inline fuse. This is the main power supply to your amp. Be careful 12 volts doesn't sound like much till you see it in action. I would do this wire last, last thing you want is a hot wire accidentally touching some bare metal.
  • GND - (Ground Wire) - This is the terminal you will use to ground the AMP. Run a 4 guage wire from this terminal and fasten it to some bare metal in your trunk. Not more than three feet.
  • RCOM /Remote - There will be a small gauge wire from the back of your stereo that will be the remote wire it will be blue, most stereos have this wire labeled. Its purpose is to send a signal to the amp to turn on when the radio is powered on.
  • RCA Wires - The location for these is not pictured above, on the back of your stereo there will be amp outputs. Your stereo will send all your low frequencies (Bass) to your amp using these wires. On the amp you will see where these wires will go. They are essential to have a system.
The best way to go about this is hook up the power, ground, and remote and test the Amp to see if it powers up. I have seen so many of my friends skip this step and they paid for it later. I hope this helps if you need any more help let me know.

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Here's how it goes:
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grey=right front pos.
grey/black=right front neg.
white=left front pos.
white/black=left front neg.
violet=right rear pos.
violet/black=right rear neg.
green=left rear pos.
green/black=left rear neg.
red=12 volt switched power source
yellow=12 volt constant power source (direct to battery)
black=chassis ground
orange/white=illumination (switched source,not to head light switch)
blue/white=amp turn on lead (to remote turn on lead of amp)
blue=auto antenna (switched power source)
brown=phone mute lead (to cell phone mute lead)
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grey lead:
red=right front
white=left front
black lead:
red=right rear/right rear subwoofer
white=left rear/left rear subwoofer
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red lead:
red=right aux input
white=left aux input
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green lead:
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white=left dual zone output
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