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Old 07-05-2015, 06:12 PM   #1
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Hey everyone,

I'm hoping someone can help me with my sub install problem. I tried searching the forum but had no luck.

I installed a 10" sub and amp in my girlfriends Focus quite some time back and, unfortunately, she likes to drive like shes in the Indy 500 and the unit fell over and the wires all came undone.

I started hooking everything back up and I just cant get it to work again. The amp turns on and it appears everything has power, I'm just not getting any sound. I am using a Scosche loc2sl from Walmart. The converter has the following wires:

Speaker wires: soldered to speakers in door
Yellow: connected to battery terminal on amp
Black ground: connected to ground terminal on amp
Blue Remote: connected to remote terminal on amp
RCA cables: connected to RCA ports on amp
Bass level control: hooked to LOC and turned all the way up

I have a power wire ran from positive terminal on battery to battery terminal on amp
I have a ground from the amp to a bolt under the backseat
I have a separate remote wire running from the antenna wire behind the dash, but it is not hooked to anything. It doesn't change anything when I hook it to the remote terminal on the amp.

The sub remained connected to the amp just fine, so that's not it.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. This system was working just fine before the wires got pulled out. I just cannot remember the way that I had it all hooked up before.

Thanks everyone
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