Question about Boss AUDIO SYSTEMS D13002 Car Audio Amplifier
It's drawing too much current. make sure you have a nice solid ground to your car chasis( i use seat bolt or something like that) and that your wire is the right gauge. If it's still popping your fuse make sure you are wiring the subs as specified by the manufacturer.
Posted on May 10, 2010
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