Where is my factory amp located?
FACTORY AMP LOCATIONS: The Amplifier is located under the rear seat on the passenger side. FACTORY AMP LOCATIONS: The Amplifier is located under the rear seat on the passenger side.
Where is the amp fuse located?
Some amps use more than one fuse–pull them all out by repeating this process for each individual fuse. Home stereo amplifiers usually use a “glass” fuse located in the rear of the chassis. Twist the cap holding it in and remove it–the fuse will pop out. You won’t need to pull it out with any special tools.
How do I know if my factory amp is bad?
How do you Figure Out that your Car Amplifier is not Working Properly?
- There is a noticeable distortion in the sound.
- There is no sound even if you have already turned on your audio system.
- Your stereo system starts making bizarre sounds such as farting sounds.
Can you bypass a factory amp?
Bypassing the factory amp takes a little more work because you have to run the bypass harness to the factory amp, which is often located in some other part of the car. It’s usually worth the extra effort because you’ll get better sound from your new stereo, even if you’re keeping those factory speakers.
How do you bypass a stock amplifier?
To bypass factory amp, Dave simply unplugged the cable from the amp and plugged it into the bypass harness’s plug.
How do I know what size fuse for my amp?
The correct size of fuse to use depends on the amp you are wiring. If your amp has an internal fuse, then your inline car amp fuse should be a bit larger. For instance, if your amp has an internal 20 amp fuse, then you should go for a 25 or 30 amp inline fuse. Suppose you have two amps.
How can you tell if a sub is blown?
Pressing on the subwoofer can indicate whether it’s blown. A functioning subwoofer has suspension that allows for movement. Use both hands and gently press on either side of the subwoofer’s speaker cone. If the cone is rigid or locked in place, the subwoofer is definitely blown.