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just go through ur connections man one by one ull find the prob soon.....check teminals on battery...power line to amp ....all fuses within prob area and obviously make sure u have a good ground.....really impotant.....ground is the most neglected thing people do from my experience bein a audio tech oh and if that isnt it check ur subs....stick a 9v batt on the back pos n neg of each sub n c if they pop in r out this will determine if ur subz r blown
hey wats up, let me see if i cud help u out here...i will give it a try and use bigger wire, the prob. cud b the wires cnt take pwr thts running through them, but tht cud only b the reason if ur wires are small...other thn tht u cud check 2 see if all ur fuses are correct & thy aint letting 2 much pwr through tht cud the prob as well...let me kno how tht gose & if those dnt wrk there might b sum thing else we cud *** up wit.