Question about Kenwood KAC-9102D Car Audio Amplifier
Circuit City ? I'll keep that opinion to myself.
If all is properly hooked up, Check the ground wire for the amp.
Give it a tug where it is connected to the car chassis, NOT the amp,
if it moves or comes loose thats easy to fix, scrape the paint off the grounding point use a high quality ring terminal and a oversize screw with a star locknut. Also check the wiring in the box.
Subs and boxes are quite heavy. And if it's banging around, I hope you have it in a trunk, they are very lethal projectiles in a hatchback should you have a accident.
My second thought is that you may have dislocated a component , solder joint, or cracked the PC board,
When in doubt see a installer. Good luck Sumthin
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
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