On a car amp pcb what does th stand for? . Tags: Heat Last response: July 26, 2011 1:21 AM in Other Consumer Electronics Share onthethreshold March 29, 2011 12:51:21 AM Hello, It is a two wire lead and is incapsulated in foam and located between the mosfets on a heat sink> More about : car amp pcb stand onthethreshold March 29, 2011 1:38:03 AM I will add it is a d class amp and I think it is a joules thief / I want to try and repair it myself but need to identify the parts.One of the leads has a sign of being burnt. m 0 l jacobboe89 July 16, 2011 3:11:18 AM if it is installed on the heat sink with some type of adhesive or goo i would think it could be some type of temperature sensor . so does your amp have a thermal protection , meaning if things get to hot will it shut down or go in protect mode m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer onthethreshold July 26, 2011 1:21:19 AM Thank you, i found out it is called a thermsistor for heat protection m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solvedwhat does AC stand for with a ac7260 Forum SolvedWhat does Ms on a monitor stand for ? Forum Solvedi7 4770s what does the 's' stand for Forum SolvedDoes it need an amp? If yes what do you recommend? Forum Sandra Lite Aggregate Performance - What does kPT stand for? Forum SolvedWhat does "SE" stand for in Western Digital Elements SE 500GB USB 2.0 Forum What size power supply do i need to run a 2000w car amp Forum Tech; little copper pads on the back of PCB's, what are th.. Forum what does the ir wire do on a car stereo Forum SolvedWhat does amp amps mean??? Forum What does D&D stand for? Forum What does CT stand for on Parts Forum What does SPDIF stand for and what does it do Forum What does PST actually stand for Forum What does COM stand for Forum SolvedWhat does "M" letter on AMD Radeon HD 8970M stands for? Forum What does "rop" stand for Forum What does DOS command attrib-h-s-a stand for Forum n00b Question: What Does OP Stand For? :) Forum SolvedWhat does IME stands for...? Forum More resources !