ok...i wasnt thinking and i was just going to hook my subs up to my back speaker wires of my 97 nissan sentra to see if i could get any sound and then when i turned up the volume my deck just shut off i blew at least one fuse and replaced the one i found (bat.electronic something) but there is still no power going to my deck. i changed it back to my old tape player to see if i broke my deck but i wasnt getting any power still i dont know what to do and i cant afford to take it to the shop...
Probably due to the fact that you may have run too low of a resistance load. HU's are not stable below 4 ohms. If your sub has DVC and it was wired in paralel, it definetly dropped resistance. At high volumes that power supply in your HU cooked, due to the load.
Do some research on how wiring can affect resistance.
I.E. paralel, series, and series/paralel wiring.
yea i didnt burn the fuse out behind the deck and i switched decks to see if i did burn up my deck and the other one didnt work either it seems like its not getting any power...i will go back and check every fuse but i checked all the fuses that had to do with electronics
every fuse seems to be working but there is still no power im not saying my HU didnt fry but i cant tell untill i get power going to it.