Disconnect the remote lead, put a wire on the amp from the 12V+ to the remote turn on terminal. The amp should turn on and work normally. If it does, the issue is in the remote turn on lead or head unit.. If it doesnt, then its the amp or the grounds.
You cant leave it like this, the amp wont turn off.
Wow… so in the end, some how the remote wire made it way inbetween the e brake lever (which I use when parking on inclines). The pinching had worn away the jacket and the wire was grounding on the metal of the lever.
Lesson learned and the wire is tucked deeper behind the plastic trim now.
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