Question about Car Audio & Video
If you meant that the subwoofer amplifier has the power in then we need to check the amplifier.If your subwoofer speaker is ok after testing with an 1.5 volt cell then you concentrate if the amplifer has packed up., After testing for fuse, speaker connection, speaker wires. you will have to check if your power amplifier output has failed. Since you have not mentioned the make/model i am not able to pin point but you may open and test for damaged output transistors, components and replace accordingly only if you are competant. Hope I could help. Good day
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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