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I had my car in the body shop for a week. As I got it back the subs didn't hit at all. I thought the audio cable just got messed up cause of the angle I was at so replaced it no luck. I tried to require everything and it hit but sounded like ****. So I disconnected the negative battery terminal for 10 sec and after plugging it in they hit like they used to? Anyone know what would cause that?
 

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How long have you been using your amp and subs?
Any issues with the amp?

The only think I can think is that maybe your getting a interference from your amp to sub(connections)

Correct amount of load out from the amp to subs?
And ohms?
 

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Double check your power connections to the amp and check your ground. Grounds need to be made to bear mettle. Scrape the paint and run a screw in to the location your grounding to.

The majority of amp sub issues I see are due to S**tty grounds.
 

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Also check your wires when I put my sub box in I had to take the seat out an when I put it back in I bolted down a bolt onto my remote that runs the amp on and didn't know it and the guy tested it at the amp shop with a power cord tester and told me it was the remote one.

So I went and looked and I had bolted it down so maybe that's what it is. So if you have an audio shop they should check your lines for free and see what is wrong with it.
 

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Don't go to best buy if they did not install it if the dudes working there are not cool your looking at $20 per 15min of troubleshooting
 

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Don't go to best buy if they did not install it if the dudes working there are not cool your looking at $20 per 15min of troubleshooting
Defiantly not bestbuy try a local business. Keep that dollar local!
 
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