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I have bolts that pass current thru the box and have come to notice that the negative bolt is getting hotwhile the positive isnt. Also have the subs wired out of phase. My question is should the bolts get hot?

 

Plus i noticed that i didnt tighten the bolts enough in the beginning and about started a fire.  Click for pics

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34 minutes ago, Ayork said:

I have bolts that pass current thru the box and have come to notice that the negative bolt is getting hotwhile the positive isnt. Also have the subs wired out of phase. My question is should the bolts get hot?

 

Plus i noticed that i didnt tighten the bolts enough in the beginning and about started a fire.  Click for pics

the under tightening is likely your problem.  a loose connection can cause electricity to arc or jump gaps.  tighten all your connections down and see if the problem continues.

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I did once i noticed the burning. I think ill cut off the end and attach a new lug and clean the bolt off see if that helps and go from their.

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So i go to test the head unit again. 

Vol 30 rca volt is about v2+. 

Vol 35 volts about v2.5+

Vol 37 to 40 it jumps to about v3 - v4

While oscope shows signal clips about 39

Is the head unit rca output takeing a crap?

Rvc are from an belva amp kit i had.

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