20 Most Recent Jl Audio Stealthbox Single 10" Chevy Blazer 4Dr 1995-2004 Medium Questions & Answers

If the door seems to be unable to close, look at the edge of the door to see if the latch striker has closed and is covering the slot where the door latch pin is supposed to seat. If the striker is covering the slot, simply pull on the door handle as if you were opening the door, and while holding the handle out, flip the striker bar out the way with your finger or a screwdriver. This happens occasionally on GM vehicles and is not a problem if you know how to fix it.

Jl Audio... | Answered on Mar 02, 2015

Do not drive till checked out!

fuel leaking or exhaust leaking!

Jl Audio... | Answered on Oct 04, 2014

You should get a guage to test the oil pressure and not rely on the one that is in the dash.

Jl Audio... | Answered on Feb 03, 2014

Hello! Justine this is Guru....Saailer...I Have the circuit drawing your asking for but I'll need your e-mail to send it ...Your e-mail will be kept private...Send a comment to; saailer@ec.rr.com and I'll send a PDF back to you...............guru.............saailer

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Jl Audio... | Answered on Sep 30, 2011

Well to be honest the question and subject title is a bit vague. BUT! if your lights went out after installing the sub i would say check all your wiring from stereo to amp to speakers. If that isnt invloved and your lights have gone out start by checking your owners manual and looking up the fuse diagram for your vehicle. Check those fuses. The Fuse box in your vehicle is located to the left of the instrument cluster visible when the driver side door is open there is a cover with a latch turn the latch to open it. There may also be a possibility of it having a relay which would be located in the other fuse panel located under the hood of your behicle next to the air filter.

Jl Audio... | Answered on Jun 07, 2011

Most likely a plugged gas tank vent valve. Located on top of gas tank.

Jl Audio... | Answered on Apr 04, 2011

Hello! Most common cause is a defective Evaporator Purge Solenoid...Located behind the right front wheel...Two wire connector; Dark Green/White and Pink...Average cost at your local auto parts store is $25...

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Jl Audio... | Answered on May 28, 2010

first... when you add antifreeze make sure you have all the air out of the system. you can accomplish this by adding antifreeze and squeezing the top radiator hose down toward where it meets the thermostat (be very careful of the fan). make sure all the air is out. top up the rad when you do this. look into the opening as well to make sure the antifreeze is moving. if it does not move there is a small chance you have put the thermostat in backward or it is defective (it happens)
if you have heat then you have fixed it. if not ... feel the hoses going into and out of the heater core. they both should be hot. if not the replacement may not be any good.

Jl Audio... | Answered on Jan 08, 2010

sounds like the compressor is trying to lock up and killing the engine. could also be the idle air control valve not idling the engine up to compensate for the extra load on the motor. if it not blowing out of the vents when truck is running more than likely a blend motor or the switch on the dash, if everything else on a/c panel works

Jl Audio... | Answered on Aug 28, 2009

Check oil pressure to the turbo. check all linkage be sure there is good vacuum to it.

Jl Audio... | Answered on Jun 23, 2009

Here is one easy place to check.
The fuse box, for a blown fuse.

Good luck

Jl Audio... | Answered on Mar 29, 2009

sounds like the amps not rated for the resistance tha subs have it running at....are they a dual 2 or dual 4 ohm?is the amp rated for 1ohm? sounds like amps going into protect mode

Jl Audio Car... | Answered on Jul 10, 2019

Sounds like you either shorted something out or overloaded the amp. Is there any odor coming from it? If so It will need to be repaired or replaced. What did you have connected to it and how was it wired?

Jl Audio Car... | Answered on May 12, 2019

You will need to open it up to see if anything damaged. That does not look good at all from the outside.

Jl Audio Car... | Answered on May 12, 2019

In your world, what does best results mean to you.

how are the hifonics mounted? open air, closed box, vented box (optimized to what freq)? trunk or inside vehicle?

all these variations weigh heavily on your configuration. As does what 'best results" means to you.

Jl Audio Car... | Answered on Nov 19, 2018

Request the schematic diagram directly from JL Audio.

Jl Audio Car... | Answered on Feb 18, 2018

Check your ground to make sure it is properly grounded

Jl Audio Car... | Answered on May 02, 2017

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