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Amp cd proble3m

I cant get my amp to turn off when the deck turns off even tho i have a remote wire hooked to the blue and white wire at the back of my deck how do i get my amp to turn off?

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I'm not entirely sure but i think that your only supposed to have the blue remote wire hooked up. but like i said i'm not sure. i hooked my amp up and somehow my remote wire shorted and fried my ignition switch so don't hold me to it, but maybe look into it. I think that you might have a constand power hooked up to a switched power cable for your amp so haveing the constant power to your amp, asied from your 12v at the battery, your amp might not even know when your car is on or off. hope this helps sorry for the open ender

Posted on May 26, 2008

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