Question about Car Audio & Video
All I know is when I parked the car it was playing. When I got back in the car the subs weren't working. Checked fuse and connections everything was tight. I did notice before that that it sounded like it was loosing power. It didn't bang hard after a while like it was getting weaker and weaker. Please help! Could battery be the problem?
It's probably not a battery problem; sounds more like a sub or amp problem. Check the sub's cone and see if it siezed up or if you smell something burned, also check the amp to see if you can smell the "burnt" smell. It's unlikely that it's your battery, because if it were nothing would be working properly. Take you subs and amp(s) to a good shop and ask them to bench test each item.
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
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