Question about Car Audio & Video
Hi. You will have to start with the fuses. If you connected the main power cord from the amp directly to the battery, you will only have to check the fuse on the same line. If however, you connected it to a positive wire inside the vehicle, you will have to locate the fuse box and check them all. If all fuses are fine and still no luck, you may have popped a fuse inside the amp. Hope this helps
Posted on May 21, 2011
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