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Hi i need some help i have a sub and amp in a ford fiesta 2001. ive chanced cd players to a ridspeed dv720. my sub was working fine with my old cd player but now ive put the ripspeed in it doesnt work. i...


You can use a "Y" cable to combine the two RCA cables to the one out. You will need a 1 male to 2 male cable. That will solve the signal problem. Is the amp functioning properly. I would check that first. Make sure your wiring is correct. Hope this helps

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Ive got a kenwood kvt-512 n im tryin to hook an amp n subs up but dnt know where to plug my RCA jacks from the amp 2 the radio!


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Were is the sub woofer tie into at.


You should have two (or more) RCA plugs on the back of the deck that will act as pre-amp outputs for subwoofer and speakers.
Failing that, your wiring harness should have come with a wiring diagram that will let you know which is the subwoofer output.
Failint THAT, the deck itself should have a wiring diagram on the bottom or side telling your which wire is which.

And if that fails, Your deck may not have a subwoofer output. Just attach your sub to the amp pre-out like everyone else.

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hope this is of some help its for the patrol, the wiring is virtually the same

http://www.pdfee.com/1998-nissan-patrol-y61-electrical-wiring-diagram-service-and-troubleshooting.html

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there is a loose connection on the power supply going to your amp,check the fuse holder

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