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Question about ZR600 Car Audio Amplifier

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...amp used and the overheat temp was set at 156 degrees. i got two 12" L5's on it. i set my gain and everthing down, i turned my bass and loud off on my headunit and it still heats up. i got 0 guage ...

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Question about 2000 Jetta TDI

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...amp; temp sensor it still overheats.it dosent overheat when i take the cap where you put water off replace the cap with the pressure rating recommended by the dealer it is probably over pressurizing ...

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...overheat & the PCM(powertrain control module). The powertrain control module (PCM) uses the engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor to monitor the engine for an over temperature condition. This ...

Question about 2005 Equinox

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the car overheats changed the thermostat still overheats put new waterpump &radiator still overheats & steams how do u reset computer? Disconnect the positive battery terminal, then the ...

...s10 blazer 4.3.The temp guage reads 225 is this normal? I have replaced the waterpump,thermostat & belt. I have replaced the waterpump,thermostat & belt. For car running hot and overheating ...

r 89 overheat i can,t get the -15 volt at d.9 my amp dsn,t work. R.89 OVERHEAT,AND I CAN,T GET THE -15VOLT AT DIODE D9. THE ZENER DIODE D19 IS OK. ALL THE OUTPUT TRANSISTORS IS OK. Take it to the shop

Question about Tour 700 700W Bass Amp Head

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...overheat so fast? A faulty transistor or IC that has failed, it probably overheats before any other device. You should shut the amp down when it happens, then feel carefully around for the hottest ...

Question about (TC3001) Car Audio Amplifier

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...of heavy play my amp will overheat. cools down then automatically comes back on. It is being driven so hard there is danger of burning out the output stages so it goes into protective

Question about (TC3001) Car Audio Amplifier

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...overheat after ten minutes Can not guess for an answer I wouldn't be using any vehicle that overheats but most folks do & try to ruin the motor Could be a water pump issue Could be a thermostat ...

...between amp and speakers. 3.-low power line on the house may cause low efficience work on the amp, overheat, and finally fuse protection. 4.- finally, check speaker wires. Thin cable overheat amp

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