I read an answer to this ??? But I already did it. And its not workin...
The 1st time I got the amp and hook it up
It was workin fine....
But when I took it out...
For bout a week and hook it back up its only pushing the left subs..
I figured I proly burn out the sub...
But when I switch it "the right to left" it wasnt workin...
And I tried both of my subs on the left it workin great...and if I switch it to the right..
It wasn't pushin it.
And I tried takin out the connections/wires
It still doesn't work....
Will sum1 help me??
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1st try unplugging it and plugging it back in.
2nd The key pads can appear to be locked when it's just pushing the right buttons that fixes it.
I have run into that more than once myself.
I'm clever and it took me a while to find the right one.
It usually had something to do with setting the clock.
Try pushing each one from left to right & top to bottom just like you read. One of them probably will give you options.
Not likely but it is possible it could be 2 buttons at the same time but I've never run into that.
O assume you are wanting to add a sub as bose systems are already amplified. The short answer is ues, however most bose systems require special interface harnesses and may require complex wiring. This is best left to a qualified mobile electronics shop.
You have the amp wired into the same circuit as the Alarm and the power drop when the amp is on is causing the alarm to fault out. Rewire that Amp and stereo using a different circuit and reset the Check engine light.
you need a hi-lo adapter and that hooks up to the right or left rear speaker then the remote wire needs to go behind the deck to the ignition wire. if the system is pre amp then you have to bypass the amp system
Looks like the speaker is blown , or the wiring inside the speaker is broken. To test if the speaker is working, simply hook up the terminals to the ends of a AA, AAA or C battery. Speaker should make a noise, and the cone should push outwards ( or pull inwards, if the polarity of the battery is reversed). Also test the wires that are hooked to the amplifier with a speaker that you know is good working order, just to make sure that there is nothing wrong on the wiring, on that particular channel in the amp.
Check your speaker wires, make sure everythings connected right with no short circuits, and check all of the fuses in the amp, and make sure none of them are blown. If all this checks out just check the battery wire, grnd, and remote wires. It has to be a wiring issue unless you busted your amp, but if was working when you tuned it off it should be alright... hop this helps...