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    short in electrical system

    i think i have some type of short in my cars electrical system is there some type of way i would be able to detect it or am i going to have to check every cable in my car?reason think i have a short is becuase i have been installing a sound system on my car and i have tried multiple new products amp cables and i get a problem where my sounds wont work it just makes my subs jump with no beat to them so i came across the conclusion that there is a bad cable somewhere in my car that isnt letting my sounds do any good?...







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    Re: short in electrical system

    just the subs? double and triple check your grounds. make sure the rca's arent grounding out on the chassis anywhere. lots of things it *could* be.



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    Re: short in electrical system

    yeah checked my ground atleast 100 times and RCAs are more then perfect what other things could i check




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