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Old 07-09-2013, 02:16 PM   #1
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Default 07 Door Subs Not Working

Need some advice please. I have an 07 GT with shaker 500. My door subs just suddenly stopped working. If i understand correctly they are powered by their own individual amps. Since they both stopped working, would it be a fair assumption the problem is the head unit? And will most any new head unit work? Not looking to replace speakers or amps, just get my low end back as it sounds really really weird without any bass.

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Fuse? I'll check if they are on their own, gimmie a second.

Edit: I'm having a little trouble pinpointing which exact fuse goes to the sub amps using my pile of PDFs on this computer, but open the fuse box in the engine and look for the smaller fuses. I believe it should be 30A, so just see if any are blown. Looks like it might be fuse F16 which is a corner fuse. Unfortunately I don't have an orientation on this diagram so I don't know if it's front or back of the top of my head, but like I said, just check the small square fuses, specifically on the side with a double row of them. I see a couple of those mentioned for audio.

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Old 07-09-2013, 02:49 PM   #3
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Never would have even thought of a fuse. Thanks! I'll check it after work.
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So before I got a chance to check that fuse, the subs started working again while driving down the road. lol.
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Well.... that works then!
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Yup. For the time being anyway.
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