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today started the car up and no speaker worked at all but the sub was going crazy..even i turned the head unit off the sub was still going crazy. took the wires out the amp and plugged them back in but still the speakers didnt work so could any one shed some light here please.

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Fuses ? There are two fuses for the OEM head unit. "Radio No 1" in the engine compartment, and "Radio No 2" in the driver's side kick-panel fuse box.

I would also be checking the wiring for the sub, perhaps something's short-circuited and/or come loose ? Perhaps remove the sub wiring and see if the head unit works on its own ?

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I would look at RCA or input of amp

well i have soldered wires into the amp for the output for the subs.

i will go and check fuses now.

if the sub is making a buzzing noise

then you need to check the inputs of the amp

sounds like a earth loop problem.

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Fuses ? There are two fuses for the OEM head unit. "Radio No 1" in the engine compartment, and "Radio No 2" in the driver's side kick-panel fuse box.

I would also be checking the wiring for the sub, perhaps something's short-circuited and/or come loose ? Perhaps remove the sub wiring and see if the head unit works on its own ?

the head unit is playing away buy the speakers dont seem to be powered.

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may have blown the amp?

would explain why no speakers are working and why the sub is going crazy..

standard HU?

I was thinking the same.

If hes taken the feed from the factory amp and it has died... he may get hey static on the sub.

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well i unplugged the amp and plugged it back so that did not work

how are you getting the feed to the sub amp ?

is it from the SE amp ?

yeah its the se amp but if i have blowed the amp then the sat nav wouldnt work...

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well i unplugged the amp and plugged it back so that did not work

how are you getting the feed to the sub amp ?

is it from the SE amp ?

yeah its the se amp but if i have blowed the amp then the sat nav wouldnt work...

I think the sat nav only replies on power and some tx connectors ....

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I have a spare amp if it turns out u need it, price is postage only...

thats assuming SE amp means the standard amp next to the glove box?

I shud mention that i've never used the amp as it was purchased with a second hand replacement head unit, described as working but untested by myself

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I have a spare amp if it turns out u need it, price is postage only...

that very nice of you rory. well i have checked everything i can but everything seems fine so guess it would be the amp. i will let you knw rory

thanks

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