How do you determine what kind of amp wiring kit you need?
First of all you need to know how many watts your amp is. Next go to a place that has the kits. The kit will usually tell you what size gauge power wire you will need. You also need to determine or verify if you will run your wire thru the hood or thru the firewall of the vehicle. have a nice day.
you need an amplifier first. decide where you want the amp, and wire it to that point. (amp comes with instructions for the wiring) once the amp is wired in, wire it to the radio(instructions come with amp) and screw it in. then locate where you want the sub(s) and wire it to that from the amp. almost all your instructions for installing subwoofers comes with the amp.
Sounds exactly like a ground problem. These are best left to experienced techs because the risk of electrocution is very real. Try the amp with a surge protector, and also on a different outlet... these two steps will determine if it's a problem with the amp or the wiring of the building you're playing in.
What kind of amp do you need if you have 2 12 inch subwoofers that have an rms rating of 250 watts each?
If an guitar amp is randomly turning on and off and the pre-amp tubes stop lighting up when it turns off is it safe to assume the tubes need replacing?
You need the proper amp wiring lot if you are putting an amp and sub if not you will need the premium sound wiring kit it comes with two plugs. I have 2003 ford expedition Eddie Bauer and I have 2 12" subs and the stock 10" that comes with it. Sounds good but the hatch really rattles alot. Have any questions email me firstname.lastname@example.org be glad to help.
The answer is likely NO. I assume you're talking about a 60 amp subpanel. To upgrade to a 100 amp, the wire size will need to be increased. (replaced with the correct size) This is not a job for amateurs but should be done by a qualified electrician. The typical size wire employed for a 60 amp supply is # 6 awg, whereas the minimum wire size for 100 amp is # 3 awg (which…
I'm assuming that you are referring to the small amp under the back seat? It is wired in using factory wiring harnesses and I don't have a wiring schematic for that. In order to do this you'll need to either get a schematic and one may be available from one of the aftermarket repair books such as Haynes or if you want to replace the amp online sites such as Crutchfield have wonderful wiring harnesses…
How do you wire a new radio into the wiring harness of a 1995 Lincoln continental and where is the antenna wire?
Got new AC code says we need to replace the 30 amp with a 15 amp to pass code can this be done with existing wires safely?
All depends on the size of the existing wiring. If you have a 30 amp breaker on AWG #14 wire then this is an unsafe condition that must be corrected. 15 amp requires that the wire be AWG #14. If the wire is #15 then you can and should install a 15 amp breaker. 30 amp breakers are used on AWG #10 wire.
How to find the problem with 97 Chevy Blazer S10 20 amp courtesy fuse blowing which controls horn and rear wiper and interior lights and electric mirrors?
You'll need to isolate the individual components and different branches of the wiring. With everything turned off or unplugged, use a meter across the fuse and find out if there is a short to ground. If there is, follow the wiring through to find the short. You'll have to find the individual connections and wiring branches. To do that, you'll need a wiring diagram. That kind of problem is frustrating and tedious to solve, but…