Downfiring Subwoofer Enclosure

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  1. TFIDDLE

    TFIDDLE VEEEE TEn

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    Fuse isn't blown in power wire is it?

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    MyFX4Project TRUCKIT

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    I grounded mine on front left passenger seat bolt between body and bracket.
     
  3. n-3-s-l-0

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    Ok it was definitely a ground issue. I pulled the back seat off (which is a ***** if youve never done it) and i found a small bolt there to try as a ground. It worked great for about 20 minutes and then all the sudden i have no bass coming from the subwoofer. Its starting to make me mad, this is the first system I have wired that has given me trouble.
     
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    Try grounding it to the actual floor of the cab. Pretty easy to do just have to take a seat out and clean the surface really well. Its also good because its hidden! :thumbup:
     

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