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Radio keeps going on & off all wires are connected

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Radio speakers only give off very high frequency low vol. sound.


Keeping it as simple as possible, sounds to me like there is a fault in the wire itself, test the radio by using different speakers and wire.
There is also a fuse or 2 behind the radio (built in) and they sometimes blow, the sporadic working speaker can be a symptom of a slow-blow fuse going. Hope this helps..

Apr 26, 2015 | 2005 GMC Envoy Xl

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My amp keeps TURNING off and on.


If it just started, you have an equipment or wiring problem. Check the wires first, that's easy. Otherwise, the amp may be bad, check the warranty if its new. Maybe you can get a replacement.

If it's always happened, some cars have an factory amp for the rear factory speakers hidden in the wiring. Sometimes between body panels. If you didn't bypass that, you're more than likely blowing out the new amp with too much power causing it to shut itself down. (protected mode or keep blowing fuses) Could be a blown speaker, bad ground, internal damage, RCA cable problem, the list goes on and on. Find out the preoutput voltage of your headunit and set the gain to what that is and nothing else LEAVE IT THERE, the gain isnt a volume knob for your amp its to get the amp and the radio on the same page (i.e. radios at 50% volume and so is the amp) if you turn it down too low that will make the amp very sensitive to volume adjustments and your amp will be at 100% while the raidos at like 50 or 75% and once you go past the 50 or 75 on the radio the amps going to keep trying to play higher even though its already maxing out which is going to cause it to clip and cause distortion untill it goes into protect mode. Hope this was helpfull to some one

on May 12, 2010 | Car Audio & Video

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Radio sound low and squeeky, works good in summertime


The volume control on your radio is called a potentiometer, which may be going bad. It works better when its warm because materials expand as they warm up and make tighter contact with each other.

It is also a possible a bad wiring connection exists. Poor contact will cause static, poor audio quality and intermittent output.

Your radio will have plug type connector(s) Your speakers will most likely each have two wires with single female spade connectors of different widths (keeps the polarity correct) the wire with the stripe (of whatever color) will be connected to the negative (-) speaker terminal.

So you need to check all the connections, one is making poor contact.
If both speakers (assuming you have two) sound good or bad... then start with the plug connectors for the radio and any independent black ground wire coming out of the radio.

If one speakers sounds okay check the connections on the other one. You check the connections by carefully pulling the speaker wire off of the speaker and then carefully pushing it back on making sure it feels tight and secure.

PS: If you pull the fuse for the radio, the radio will have no power and will not work. The radio coming on proves the fuse is good.

PSS: Your owners manual should provide lots of information on your sound system components.

Aug 11, 2017 | 2000 Chevrolet Silverado

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I have an 04 Nissan Altima I want to keep the stock radio but want to hook up an amp to it. There are no RCA hook up on the back of the radio. Please help, how can I do this?


You need a high/low converter. The converter will connect to two speaker wires and, covert that high signal to a low signal to run the amp. The converter will have RCA outputs for the amp. You will also need an amp turn on wire. The accessory wire (switched 12 volts) from the radio will serve this purpose.
Since you are already behind the radio; the accessory wire you need is purple in color. Left front speaker (+) is blue/white,(-) is blue/red. Right front speaker (+) is white/black, (-) is blue/black. You can use the signal from these two wires for the amp.

Sep 15, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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My amp and stereo keep shutting on and off.


It would make sense that if your radio turns off, your amp will shut off too since its likely your amps remoae power signal is delivered via the light-blue wire from your radio.

so the question is, why is your radio shutting off.

Odds are your using an aftermarket radio and your ground wire is poorly connected.

check it.

May 03, 2011 | AudioBahn A4002T Car Audio Amplifier

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It keeps blowing my fuse for my stock radio. Pushing a 10" sub.. Fuse on my amp is good. In-line fuse is good. But it keeps blowing the radio fuse in my panel.. ? Please help.. Thanks Ryan


Check the amp turn-on wire. It's a blue/white wire running from the radio to the amp. It's probably label REM at the amp. This wire sends a switched 12 volts from the radio to the amp. It is probably shorting out somewhere between the radio and the amp.

Nov 28, 2010 | Alpine MRP-T220 Car Audio Amplifier

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I put an after market cd player in my 2003 acura 3.2 tl type s. all the speakers are working fine but i am not getting any sound out of the factory subwoofer, it is not working. any idead what i did wrong...


You got to connect the blue amp turn on wire. If still dont work. then you got to find the factory amp find the two wires that sends frequency signals to the amp. You will see a total of 7 wires. So you've got to use process of elimination. Use a multimeter.

1.Constant 12 Volt
2. Ground
3. Amp turn on
4. + output wires going to the + of the subwoofer
5. - output wires going to the - of the subwoofer
6 + input wires going to the radio harness
7 + input wires going to the radio harness

6 & 7 are like the rca's you plug in at the input of an aftermarket amplifier and and on the other end plug in the output subwoofer of the Radio.

So on a factory amp you wont see any RCA's its all wires. Once you find the first 5 just remember the last 2 wires.

If you want your radio to control the gain and volume of the Subwoofer get a long RCA plug it on the back of your radio that says sub output and then cut the other end of that RCA and connect the positive the + input wire on the amp and the negative to the negative input wire on the amp.

If you dont know whats positive or negative just go ahead and connect it and experiment. You will know if your in phase when the subs sound boomy. Then the connections are correct. If it sounds Tinney then the connection is out of phase. solder then tape all connections with black electrical tape. Dont leave any power wires exposed or else cause a short and blow fuses.

Good luck

Apr 07, 2010 | Car Audio & Video

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How do I connect it?


you need to figure out where the wires go and to what type power they are connected. if you look in the back of the stereo where the wires are(the ones from the radio harness), these are the main ones(yellow=12v constant) this one keeps memory for your radio. This one shouldn't be used to connect to your amp. Find out if the amp had a dedicated power wire directly from the (+)battery to the +12v connection on the amp. The other is the remote wire(it's always blue in color from the radio harness). it goes on the remote connection on the amp, when the radio turns on, so does the amp and when radio is off the amp is off. The last is the ground(black)wire. Connect this one to the car chassis(any bolt on the car, i usually use the seat bolt. Now the rest of the wires are for sound. The rca's go from the "output" of the radio to the amp's "input". What's left is connecting the speakers, that's the easy part, just make sure you trace all your wires and if you have to pull the stereo out of the dashboard to verify the connections...do it. This will save ensure that the job is done not only right, but safely. get a probe light tester from autozone or any parts store to check your voltages before you connect the wires. Better safe than sorry. Seems like a lot but it's really not. good luck.

Oct 06, 2009 | Pioneer GM-X324 Car Audio Amplifier

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You will need a line level adaptor to get an audio input for the amp.

A line level adaptor is a device that lets you tap off of your speaker outputs of the radio and it converts that signal into the proper level for an RCA input signal the amplifier uses.

If you are installing the amp in the trunk of the car you can just tap off the speaker outputs of the rear speakers mounted in the trunk. Keep the speaker outputs connected to the speakers, just run an extra set of wires from them to the line level adaptor. It will not take anything away from the speakers sound because it is not a power drain on them.

After that, you just connect the power wires for the amp as you would normally and you also need to run an extra wire from the radio power antenna wire to the remote turn on of the amp, or you can use a wire directly from the battery and connect it thru a switch you would need to connect somewhere around the dash, so you can turn the amp on and off when you need to. The power antenna wire from the radio is best, so you don't need to turn the amp on and off manually. It is easy to forget about turning it off sometimes and that would run doen your battery if the amp is left on over night even with no signal going thru it.

Then connect your speakers to the amp and thats it.

Then big issue is getting an audio signal to the amp and the turn on signal for the amp.

If you need more help let me know,

Dave

Aug 08, 2008 | Rockford Fosgate Audio Players & Recorders

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Remote wire hook up


The Remote wire should connect to the remote turn on lead from you radio(most aftermarket radios use a blue and white or a blue wire for the remote turn on). This wire will send a 12v signal to the amp from the radio when the radio is turned on. You can disconnect the remote turn on lead from the amp and jump a wire from the terminal marked battery to the remote turn on terminal just to see if the amp powers up. Do not leave it this way however because your amp will not shut off and your battery will go dead.

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