My amp was working just fine then one day it started to overheat alot then shut off n come back on. then one day it cut off completely so i changed the fuses and now the amp comes on then when the bass hits the led light turns red... plz help thnxs
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Maybe the cooling system has become blocked up with dust and such? That's what happens with my laptop, I have to take it apart every couple months and clean out the cooling system or it overheats and shuts off.
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Perhaps this is a safety mechanism in your car. Once it gets to a certain temperature, it shuts itself off. There are alot of cars out there that once they overheat, and turn the car back on, it won't turn over.
If it runs after a cool down period, then the high temperature limit is part of the cause. What is causing the high temperature limit to overheat is next.
Strong stream of air should be felt coming out the exhaust, make sure this exhaust air works or the burner part will overheat and cut out the flame/burner on hight temp safety.
With good exhaust air varified, the drying air operating temperature sensor needs to be checked, this cuts power to the burner. The sensor must open electricaly when satisified on temperature and should be properly mounted for proper sensing of temperature.
Bottom line: Check the hot air and its control
Write suzuki directly, or contact them,first try your local suzuki dealer , if that doesnt work try corporate offices. This is a very common problem that occurs alot in most suzuki's. I myself just bought a 2001 vitara 2 weeks ago & have the same problem. It starts up fine in the morning but if I stop somewhere with the car & let it idle , it starts to stall & shut off completely & then I have to wait 10 to 20 minutes before it will turn on. Suzuki should admit to this problem & have a recall. I have read hundreds of articles of people all over the states with the same problem. The dealers are telling everyone " well we dont know what the problem is". Its their JOB! They should know!
Hi, I've had a similar problem with my electrolux EOB4633. I've replaced the "thermal cut out unit" and it's working now. Basically this unit switches on the outer casing fan ( on top in my oven ) to keep the casing from overheating. When the thermal cut out doesn't work it fails to switch on the fan and the casing overheats, the oven then cuts out completely until it has cooled down and the cycle starts again.
The bit to be replaced ( part no 8996619267611 ) is located on top of the oven, under the outer cover, just behind the timer & selector switch. It's a small ( 1inch long ) silicon sleeve with 4 wires coming out of it, just unplug the wires and replace it with the new one ( unplug/disconnect the power to the oven, or switch of the power at the mains switch first ), then remove the oven outer top cover ( all you need is a screwdriver ). You'll see the offending unit, probably tie wrapped to one of the wire bundles, quite easily - mine was blackened and charred.
It shuts off because the remote turn-on wire to the amplifier is connected to the power antenna wire behind your head unit. The power antenna wire is only activated when the tuner is selected. You need to switch the remote wire to the blue/white wire from the head unit (currently you're using the blue wire). This is the true remote output, and will activate the amp whenever the head unit is powered on.