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I bought a new car and it came installed with a amp and two fusion 12" woofer. The problem is that the woofer is getting constant power and it chews up the baterry overnight i think so their is no acc wire connected.how do i solve this problem

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Wire the power connection from the amp to the fuse box that is only live when the ignition switch is switch on and or the accessory is on.
When the ignition switch is off then there won't be any power to the amp. Connect this power lead with its own in-line fuse and on the power side of the fuse box before the fuses.

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