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I appreciate the help Talon my dumbass read reply on my phone and stopped at putting on connectors. Tomorrow will be rewording at the amp. I truly don’t know any of this stuff and appreciate the help.
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I’m pretty sure I have narrowed the problem down and now need suggestions. I’ve done about 50 miles and think it is the Bose amp “protecting” itself from overload. When I fade to the rear 80% which has the subs wired on there is no problem. When i even fade the front speakers start the shifting and hard rumble at lower volumes.
 

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I appreciate all the help, especially Talon, but I thought I solved it and I was wrong. I found an old RCA cable and stripped it I just wanted to make sure I was using the + and - that you mentioned to correctly wire into the amp instead of on the out.
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Well I’m not sure if I’m going to fix this car or drivr it off a cliff. I completely rewired accordingly. Go to the big moment and no power to the amp whatsoever. Power and and ground show 12-13 volts. I have everything disconnected
 

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So after rewire and testing the shop has ultimately determined that the Bose amp is the issue. Does anyone have a recommendation for a replacement? Can’t believe I’m saying this but ok with used or refurbished.
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