Originally Posted by superair502
Also checked aux inputs and removed them. The sounds stiff happened even with aux inputs removed
What do you mean you removed the auxillary inputs?
It sounds to me like you have a loose or bad connection or wire somewhere..
Start troubleshooting by working from upstream to downstream.
First switch the RCA outputs at the back of the deck right to left and left to right. If the sound changes to the other side now, there may be a bad output on the head unit. if no change then reconnect the RCA's to the correct sides and move on to troubleshooting the RCA cables.
At the amp again switch the RCA connections. If the sound changes to the other side its probably a bad RCA cable, if no change, re-connect the RCA's to the correct sides and move on to troubleshoot the amp.
on the back of the amp, switch the speaker wire outputs. if the sound changes to the other side, it is probably something bad in the amp. if no change then there is probably a short in the speaker wire or inside the speaker. to check this unhook the speakers swap sides.. if you still get a sound in the same side, then replace the speaker wire on that side. if the sounds switches to the other side, then there is probably something shorting or loose in the speaker itself.
there may be an easier way to troubleshoot this problem but that is how I would do it.