Testing amps...

Strecker25
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well if you dont want to run your power and ground cables within the car you could always hook it up to a spare 12v source (another unused car battery) make sure you ground correctly and then use your remote lead and preamps to get out a signal. that is assuming you have subs to test out on, if not youll also need a voltmeter to see if theres current at the terminals. not much of a help though since the deck still must be taken out and hooked in.

maybe this helps and remember to get a good ground!

 
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