2002 continental stero blew 30a fuse replaced now there is no bass


Asked by Mar 02, 2017 at 09:54 AM about the 2002 Lincoln Continental FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My stereo blew a 30 a fuse. Replaced now I have no bass but stereo now works
what's next to check.  All fuses are good

5 Answers


30A? Check the amp, may have shorted or wiring to it. Is this stock?

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Yup all stock. Where do I check from this point The fuse that blew was a 30a, so that's what I replaced it with Like again the weird thing is once replaced, it came on but no more bass.

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Probably shorted the amp which is now kaput - but I am making an assumption that is what was connected to that fuse. Only suggestion I can make is trace out the wiring or harness from that 30A fuse and look for shorts/opens. You may see some scorched wiring at the trouble spot. Check wiring at door jambs and under carpet.

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Hey KenF you are correct. The Amp in the trunk was bad. It got fried when I put that new fuse in. I went to Pull-A-Part and got an amp for $20.00. Swapped the old with the new. Fired it up and it works HOOORRAAYYYYY!!!!! Thanks, Terence


Glad it worked out for you!

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