Straight up. Since it has the power saving technology where it gives out the same power at 2 ohm and 4 ohm loads then u dont have to bridge it and since its a single speaker you dont have to bridge it and since it is a mono block oyu dont have to bridge it. just wire + to + and - to -.
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Check if the subs have any impedance with a multimeter you should get 4 ohms if you do great you need to check your wiring to and from the amp . If not there toasted they can probably be repaired there are repair services for them check your costs though might be cheaper to replace them.
I would try alpine and/or do a web search for speaker repair or speaker rebuilding. In most cases vc replacement involves replacing the whole cone, vc, spyder, and maby the surround. Bassically all the moving parts in most speakers are glued toghther with high-temp epoxy glue.
If it's a type-x it's worth rebuilding. My guess is around $100
There are a few places out there that can hot-rod the rebuild with larger gauge vc wire and thicker lead in wire and other mods that will make sure this doesn't happen again. Do a thorough webb search. The more competant people out there do repairs and also custom build their own subs.
Power source voltage is too high (aka above 14.5V).
The easiest thing to do is to try removing the connections to the speakers at the amp and see if the issue disappears after each set has been disconnected. Keep removing wires until both LEDs stay blue.