I have a 2002 Honda accord coupe in which I installed a ROCKFORD FOSGATE Punch 301M amplifier connected to a capacitor and finally to my two rear aftermarket speakers. Everything was fine, but a couple days ago when my battery went dead, I went to jumpstart the car which I did successfully, but I noticed my rear speakers were not working anymore. I opened the trunk where the amplifier was located and noticed that it did not light up when the car was on. I am not sure exactly what the problem could be, I am thinking maybe a fuse of some sort just cause my speakers were working just fine a couple hours b4 it happened. Any Ideas? THANKS FOR THE HELP!!!!
Check the resistance inside the amp ihave one 2 and they actually burn fast....
Check the Inline Fuse -=Usually located Close to the battery in the engine copartment=- and also check the fuse in the AMP. Without knowing and seeing all of the details i would say to try to bypass the capicator, I know that i always unhooked my inline before jumping the car but i know it happens. Hopefully it will be just that a fuse or the capicator but if some sort of surge resulted from multiple failures get the amp bench tested at A car audio shop. Just some thoughts.
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