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I have 2 amplifers 3 capitcators and a crossover and and three batteries. My ground and my remote wire some how touch on my amplifer that was hooked up to my subwoofers. But it still played. Now when i cut my vechile off and started it either one of my amps would come on. I have two new amplifiers and neither one will come on does the ground and the remote wire need to be replaced or what.

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Yes they need to be replaced

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