Stereo

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  1. HeavyHaulPete2004

    HeavyHaulPete2004 Bobtail Member

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    Hey y'all... I have a 2018 Pete 567 with the concert class stereo. My sub stopped working. I found the fuse blown on the amp so I replaced it but still not working. Does anyone know if there is another in line fuse on the main power wire going to the amp? The amp is located inside the sun box. It has 6 wires going to it. So I'm guessing that the fat red wire is the main sub power but it disappears in the paneling. I don't have a multimeter with me to check for power so just looking for another fuse if there is one. Thanx!
     
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  3. Flat Earth Trucker

    Flat Earth Trucker Road Train Member

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    I'll bet there is a chance that the speaker itself has died and replacing the fuse doesn't appear to fix the problem because of this.

    A cb shop or stereo install store may be helpful.
     
  4. GYPSY65

    GYPSY65 Heavy Load Member

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    Not sure how it would be wired in a semi but any sub systems I had in personal cars always had a inline fuse at the battery
    Maybe like a 30 or 60 amp??
     
  5. HeavyHaulPete2004

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    Yeah I've built many systems in the past. Just can't find where the wiring is going
     
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