Question about JBL GTO75.4 Car Audio Amplifier
Check your speakers with an ohm meter. They should have some resistance but not totally shorted. Its prob the amp that got fried. Connect the amp to the battery with no speakers attached to it if the protection light still comes on then the amp is blown.
If the amp is blown you can send it to people on ebay and get it fixed pretty cheap. Good luck!
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
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