U guys the cur stands for current witch means its starving for power so u could add a 2nd battery or upgrade ur alternator the battery doesent haved to be an expensive 1 just put a good strong batt in the trunk wire it in with ur wires u already have back there then run ur + and - straight off that batt and use atleast 4 guage trust what i say been in this game 10 yrs and this is how i feed 7 kids thanks
BUT MY AMP KEEPS SAYING CUR AND I ONLY HAVE 1 TYRE R IN MINE AND ITS KEEPS SAYING CUR I REMOVE THE GROUND WIRE TWICE AND IT KEEPS SAYING IT I HAVE A 8 GAUGE AND EVERYTHING THIS **** JUST DONT WANT TO WORK WITH ME SO TELL ME PLEASE
"CUR" basically means there is a short in the wire... i had that problem with the exact same amp... except mine kept cutting in and out and eventually just didn't get any power at all. use a voltmeter on your inline fuse on your power wire... my install kit came with an 80A fuse... what happens is if your amplifier draws enough amps... say 70-75... it will melt the connecters on the fuse but wont blow it... that was my problem... switched the fuse and everything worked fine... if thats not it, check your ground... or just make sure your wires arent fried. i have 6 gauge wiring for mine and it does just fine, 8 gauge should be changed for this amp.
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Hello, i had the same problem, double check your grounds, thats all it was.
For reference, the error code "CUR" means in the manual (http://www.analogstereo.com/pdf/alpine_mrd_m1000.pdf)
• The amplifier has been shutdowndue to excessive current.
• Find and eliminate the causeof the excessive current, thenturn the power off.
Please Note: Underpowering subs can make your amp goes to protection.
It sounds like there's DC current on the amp output terminals. Disconnect the sub and test the output with a multimeter. If there's DC there, most likely the amp is shorted internally and needs repair.
He may be right! You might try finding a new source of contact for your ground cause it may not be sufficent enough to ground to, also make sure that no wires from the back of your radio have any wires sticking out touching other interfering things that could possibly be causing the noise