The way I found it to work was to cut the rear speaker wires (purple and green) and the “Amp Error” went away. I found the problem to be the driver side door speaker original wiring stopped the speaker from working. So I rewired it from the adapter to the speaker. Then I rewired the door speakers back to the connections I cut (purple and green) and it works fine now. Surprised me that one mess up could shut the whole system down. Thanks for watching.
Bruh I got a 6hr road trip tomorrow and this just happened to mine. I had new audio system done by a shop last week and I don’t wanna touch wires cuz they gonna assume I did it lol. Sucks. But thanks for the vid
By the way, those speakers your checking with a 9 VDC battery... they run in the millivolt range. Connecting a 9 Volt battery is very good way to fry a voice coil in the speaker. Don't do that.. Bad Bad things will happen. The crackle you hear is the voice coil being over loaded and will cook if you keep it up.
Okay... so what if you don't use the high input? I used the RCA's and the speaker wires do not come from the head unit. The Speakers are connected directly to the AMP. It does this with two different AMPS one is right out of the box brand new. Strange thing is, it worked for about five days and all of the sudden it started gettin wiggy, and then in the middle of trouble shooting it popped the "AMP Error". I am about ready to toss this Pioneer DEH-6900BT out the windows at about oh... 95 MPH! This thing has been a thorn in my Butt since I bought it last year. One problem after an other. It killed a brand new AMP I paid $450.00 for. I was lucky the store gave me a replacement.
Thank you 👍
What if you cut the rear wires but still amp error