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I was driving the other day and my subs cut out. feeling akward driving down the road with no vibrations i pulled over and the status light on my Audiobahn A4125HCT was lit up red. My first thought was a short in a sub wire or terminal so i disconnected each one in turn and then both. With no subs connected the light was still on. I waited a day to see if it would snap out of it, but it hasnt. It never overheats because i have a 4runnner and i usually have the back window down while im driving. So today i tried bypassing the cap and wired it straight to the battery still with no subs connected and the red status light is still on. Id wonder if i blew the amp except i barely had it bumping when it cut out. Any other ideas?
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