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Overheating I think this is the problem it overheating but how do i fix that?

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  • Nick Latham Aug 28, 2006

    Its shuting down when the amp gett hoter than hell

  • J_Money Apr 16, 2013

    same problem with mine, amp is getting suuper hot in the truunnk & is going into protection mode which causes the music to sound lower then displayed on the head unit.



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I need some more information. What is it actually doing to make you think that it is overheating?

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