Fuse problems My amp stoped working so i checked the fuses that are on the amp and they where both blowin, so i tried to replace them but they where instantly blowin. I then looked over the power and the ground wire they appeared to be cut free and well conected. I than just conected the power and ground with new fuses and they where blowin. I am out of ideas.
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Check all of your power connections, your speaker connections and battery connections. if all are good and clean (no shorts/wires touching) then try unhooking your speakers and see if the lights come back, if that helps then you have problems with your speakers, if not then amp is bad. I hope this helps ya.
Could be a number of reasons, But there should be a fuse on the amp, it may have just blown the fuse. If the fuse is fine then it may just be at end of life. Most amps that I have dealt with have a lifespan of about 3-5 yrs, maybe 7 if you are lucky. Let's just check the fuse, or just replace the fuse and see how we go from there.
push down on the speaker, does it make a ruff nosie? if so the speakers voice coil is blowin. did ya check the amp to the subs?
could be a lot of things . check the amp make sure it has power,
do u have an in line fuse? if so check that ,to make sure it aint blowin