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look its easy, take a 9 volt battery and pull your radio back out but only disconnect what you think is your speaker wires then 1 pair at a time ie.purple and purple/black touch 1 on the + and the other on the - you will hear a crackling noise in the speaker that those 2 wires go to.
factory amps are located on the stereo unit itself or in the trunk but only if the car was ordered with premium sound and the possibilities of that car being ordered with premium sound is unlikely. so at the harness in the back of the stereo find the speaker wires and hook up a 9 volt battery to the said speakers that dont work if they crackle then its in the stereo if not its the speakers or wires to speakers with battery hooked up and speakers dont crackle go to speaker and test with a vom and test for 9 volts dc
A little more detail. Do you mean speakers are crackling. Most likely blown the factory speakers. These are very cheaply made. And if you play music loud often they will blow easy. Is it completely stock system. If you relaced your stereo with an after market it may be the wrong ohms for the speakers or to much power and you need better quality speakes. If not coming in clearly make sure your antenna is tight and your wire harness are are connected securely. Let me know more details. Do you have infinity sound or not. Any after market components. Or completely stock.
if they are weak and crackling the weak sound might be your balance and fader .............the crackling is because the voice coil is going out another words they are pretty much junk time to replace them
Impedance mismatch wiring is grounding out on frame/metal speaker isn't OEM and is slightly "pinched" thus causing cone distortion
One of these three will be your issue.
Also, you may remove the speaker and leave it hanging with the wires attached. Knowing that no wiring is shorted and nothing is disturbing the cone, try running your stereo. Same crackling problem? It may be an impedance issue or you reversed the polarity on your speaker.
It will require some work but the solution is there if it was working before.