I recomend having a professional hook up your amp but i can offer some hints. Have you hooked up your remote turn on wire to a switched power source from your fuse box, keeping in mind there is no switched power behind you radio GM CLass II data wire. Is the amp grounded correctly clean priece on metal with the pain removed while using a star washer not attached to a seat bolt. Is the line output converter correctly installed. Is the ohm load compatible with your amplifier A TWO CHANNEL AMP CAN NOT RUN A TWO OHM LOAD BRIDGED. Two ohms per channel or four ohms bridged any will fry the amp. Hope this helps
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