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Re: CUT WIRES INTO MY AMP !!!
Here is the link to the user manual
All the connections and installation wiring are well documented in english and french.
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Never have found good wiring diagrams for stereo's. Bought them and color codes didn't match. I have mitchell and alldata at work, they don't match. I wire them in with a volt/ohm meter. I find B+, Then hook ignition the the heater control wire. Ohm out the speakers. Thing is, you have infinity. You'll have to find the amp and cut the speaker wires and patch them there also, first. Just a note.. All speaker wires are twisted/paired wires. Cut the tape back 4 to 6 inches to find them. Another note. The speaker wires from the stereo to the amp will be a set of colors. From the amp to the speakers will be different colors.
You seem to have the answers to your question. I would just resolder the connections anyway without checking. If it solves the problem you have saved yourself a lot of money. If it doesn't follow the other steps in order of cheapness!
the bulb glass itself usually looks burned with black and/or white distortions on the glass. the bulbs are cheap enough, just replace it with a new one. if it's not it, you'll still have a back up on hand.
Quick test. Find the receiver drier there should be a sensor on it this is a pressure sensor the compressor will not cut in if low on gas cause the lubricant flows through the system with the gas. Unplug sensor & bridge the wires in the plug. With car running & A/C on your A/C clutch should now cut in. This will test the compressor & clutch but don't leave it bridged or you will destroy the compressor. Otherwise could be switch etc but start with that test. As for not accepting gas I don't know Blockage maybe? bad valve?
Does the "protect" light turn's on when it shuts off? If it does then theres a problem with your wiring or worse this might be a Thermal Protect. The amp shuts off because its lacking of voltage from your battery & alternator. Post your system so i could help you further.
if I remember right the alternator has a large red wire on the back that goes to the battery ,it goes in it just cut and run two wires to the amp gauge must be the same size as the wire you cut 10 gauge I beleive