Question about Fusion ENAM60040 Car Amp
The best places to look are:
1. Remote wire running from fuse box or back of head unit.
2. Ground wire, make sure it is connected good the the body of your vehicle. (I almost threw away and $700 amp because the ground wasn't secure enough).
3. If equipped, inline fuses on power wire or connections on battery.
If all these check out, then its probably a short inside the amp. You can have them fixed, but sometimes it cost just as much for a new one! Hope this helps and good luck!
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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