I hooked up a new amp.I worked for may be a day and the jus quit.proir to that I quit ,then I turned the radio off and back on and then it came back.But the last ime it quit it never came back on .I have checked all the wires and connections and fuses and the are all fine.THe amp is not powering up for some reason. I have had this problem beofre with an amp I had prior to this. PLEASE HELP
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If you only hooked up the power and ground the amp will not turn on. You must also hook up the remote wire. This either can come from your radio, your fuses, or your power wire itself. If you hook it up to your radio then it will turn on when the radio is turned on. If your radio doesn't have a remote wire to amp then you can read your owners manual and hook it up to the radio fuse and when the radio turns on the amp will turn on. An lastly you can run a wore from your power wire to your remote plug in. But if you do this the nano will constantly be on if it is hooked up to the battery.
first u need a set of RCA cables,u can pick them up at any car audio shop, plug them into the audio outputs on the back of the radio,run the other to the audio inputs on your amp,from there jus plug the speaker wire into the speaker output on amp then to your speakers.
Did you know there is a fuse on the back of the radio and one on the amp? Have you checked them? If the radio is working and no ssound it could be the radio, speakers or wiring. In your case it sounds like either the radio or speakers.
You will need to show it to a service technician as it seems the output section has blown so it remains in protect mode. One reason (could be) that the input to the amp was high and may have been clipping for some time before the amp decided it could take it no more
Hi Jon, you need to hook the Remote wire up to the Radios Blue remote wire. The car battery power stays on all the time. The blue Remote wire watches to see when the radio turns on, and signal the amp to turn on as well.
Do you have the switch or activate wire on the new amp. to the right hookup? If you do, then theres a problem with the amp and if your not a tech these can be a difficult thing to trouble shoot. Take back the amp or seek out a pro to test it on a bench. Good Luck