The sound on my SR18 goes out. I hear a click then it goes out. If I tap it then it will click and sound comes back on.
The click sound is the same one that when you first turn the stereo on it will check for any shorts then will click and come on. Do you know what the part is called it sounds like it is going bad.
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NOT A CAR/TRUCK SO MOVED TO AVR
THE AVG. AVR HAS OVERLOAD DETECTOR AND LAMP AND RELAY
THAT FAILS WHEN OVERLOADED.
PER THIS SIMPLE LIST
SPEAKER WIRES SHORTED.ENDTO END
TOO MANY SPEAKERS WIRED IN PARALLEL.(THE ohms rule violated)]
the amps side is failing.
the overload detector is bad, telling lies, and shutting it down.
try no speakers, to see if it trips.
It is 1999 and is old. even bad caps inside now.
Digital inputs: coaxial, optical
Video Connections: component, composite, SVHS
the rig has fan sensor failure and over temp too, and the service manual covers that.
see protector DRIVE here, it shuts down all outputs via relays.
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Could be any number of things: ECM fuse blown, camshaft/crankshaft sensor bad, low power on battery, bad coil/coil pack. I would really help if you put the year and make of the vehicle, I don't know what an sr18 is.
It could be one of the following, clogged fuel injector, Defective Mass airflow sensor.. .this would be the first thing i would check.. Is your check engine light on, this would help me better to diagnose your problem.
One of your five amplifiers has blown its output transistors. Unfortuately, with SR18s, many components down the line from the outputs get fried as well, and (in my experience, anyway) it usually takes hours to track down all the problems. You can still use the unit as a preamp/tuner/surround processor by taking signal out at the pre-out jacks (you have to remove the five jumpers), and feeding it into external power amps, but repairs to the SR18's amp are probably going to be costly and complex. Sorry about the crummy news - hopefully I'm wrong!