[/TD][/TR][TR][TD]27-03-2003 at 18:29, 95squirt wrote:
Yeah James that will cure all ur problems ,cuz a camaro doesn´t have problems.
[/TD][/TR][TR][TD]27-03-2003 at 18:43, gmoney wrote:
Not to add on to things, but in the future when you have an amp or more. It is generally a good idea to use a capacitor and let the amp or amps draw from that, the capacitor will also save your alternator and battery...Sorry to hear about the luck though!!
[/TD][/TR][TR][TD]27-03-2003 at 23:44, sethxtreme wrote:
one thing about the MTx amps and subs.......DONT BUY THEM.....no matter what anybody says. any reveiws.....now about the battery draining, if you have a switch, do not forget to turn it off, with your remote it shuts off with your radio, now im not a fuckin rocket scientist with car audio, but i am a part of DeepViBRatIOns.....a illinois based sound team....after i fix up the car ill show you. What im running right now is a HART 12" square sub, pounds ass, powered by a Soundstorm 500w*2....and im runnin a 1 farad cap. As for the starter, i had a problem with mine, but you have a different car, and personally id keep an eye on the starter, mine had to be replaced, on my dads bronco the same thing happend, he had nothing extra, what happend is that his solenoid went i think, it fried wouldnt shut off. thats all i know really about the starter, any questions about a system go ahead and ask
[/TD][/TR][TR][TD]28-03-2003 at 13:26, 92gt5spd wrote:
but who knows, it, like u said could have been ur starter... g/l with that
another thing, what happens when u leave ur lights on for about 2 or so hours...battery is almost completely dead. Those starters have to torque that engine over so they take a lot of amps...if it ran for like 2 or so hours then that would do it.