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AN AUDIO QUESTION FOR THE PROS

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by balzer, Feb 17, 2001.

  1. balzer

    balzer Registered Member

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    about 2 weeks ago i pulled out my amp, and speaker box, out of the back of my jimmy, so that i could have plenty of space when i tinted my windows. ever since then my radio has not been working but my cd player has, and tonight when i went to reinstall my speakers and amp, the amp was getting power but it wasnt coming on, like there was a bad connection in the remote wire, but i checked it and there wasnt. and when i put the remote wire to the power wire of my amp my radio tuner would work, and if i had the remote wire was hooked up to the amp and the power wire was hooked up to the amp and i put a jumper across it, the amp and subs would work and the radio would work but the amp would stay on all the time. somebody please shed a little light on my problem. i am running a jvc head unit and two jl audio subs powered by a coustic 700 watt amp. thanx
     
  2. Logan

    Logan Registered Member

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    Wrong forum for this, but I had the same thing happen when I was using the remote wire to try to turn on both my head and the amps. The amps should be flipped on by the power-antenna lead.

    -Al.
     
  3. blazercrazy

    blazercrazy Registered Member

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    Maybe a bad ground?

    Make sure your truck is the muddy one! [​IMG]
     

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