Question about Pioneer TS-W252R Car Subwoofer
Disconnect it from the amp and use a digital mutimeter and check the resistance, if it's a 4 ohm sub your reading should be close to that number, if the resistance number is below 1 ohm, your sub is probibly blown
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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