Question about Car Audio & Video
Have you checked the subs properly to make sure that they are faulty. If you do not have a multi meter then jus take a small batter for a torch or something. Take a wire and touch the + to the positive on the sub ad the - to the negitive. If the sub makes a staticsound then sub has passed the quick test. If no noise comes out then sub is shoe laced. heck that the pig tails are in tact. There is not much that you can do if the sub is faulty. Hope this helps but normaly a faulty sub is a throw away unless it costs alot of cash, then it would be worthwhile seding it in for repairs.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
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