Question about BMW Car Audio & Video
You may have to take the amp apart and clean any corrosion off inside of the amp. if the corrosion ate any of the leads of components or any traces, you may have to replace the amp. this is assuming it is the factory amp you are talking about.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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