My 98 villager sat for 3 months and when we drove it again the power locks, power windows, dash lights, and blower motor stopped working. I have changed the fuses and nothing has helped. What could it...
Depending on where in the world you are. Especially if it sat during the cold months, this is often common with power features.
Could be that your battery is just weak.
This is in reference to the second portion of your post.
However, part of your post mentions problem with Car Speakers and Subwoofers
You did not mention any fuse or what gauge power wire your running for the stereo Ampilfier
(which your powering those subs with)
Without those, you can quickly drain a battery, and very easily cause some serious damage to your cars electrical system.
So, without assuming you have a secondary battery for the stereo, I would reccomend that you obtain a power wire (I only use 0 Guage, but reccomend a min of 4, do not cut your car short here trying to save money by installing 8 guage). Also install an inline fuse (I use a lot, 150 AMP, 90 would be Minimum) within 18 inches of the battery before sending the wire through the car to a distribution block in line and ahead of the Amplifier.
Also, depending on the size of your Amp and Sub's you may need to upgrade your Alternator to a 100 AMPs.
Hope this helps
Good Luck and Happy Motoring
30 year Veteran of Car Audio
Jun 09, 2011 |
Car Speakers & Subwoofers