Question about Car Audio & Video
Never had this problem just this morning on my way to work, I smelled so-mething electrical burning . fuses. all seem fine
You just burn your coil. this is maybe because you tried connecting the red (power) cable wen the car was running and the sudden surge of electricity burnt your amps' coils. open it up and look at the gold coils of wire inside. Rub your finger in it. if you see black residue you have burn it. Your amp isnt worth anything if this is the case.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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