As above, when you turn the volume up the front and rear door speakers crackle quite bad...I have tried changing the radio and amp with stock units, but have the same problem...new oem speakers did not help. Could their be a bad ground somewhere, or do you have any suggestions.
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g35driver.com/.../437164-03-g35-radio-problem-speaker-noise-even-w... Feb 1, 2014 - Turned entire car off/on several times, no change. ... Still had the static/crackling type noise from driver rear speaker at all times - even with ...
Take the key out and turn steering as now the power steering will lock. The speakers crackle when the volume on radio are very high when you turned off engine and removed key. Try turning radio off first the turn off engine and it should not be a problem.
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.
The first thing I would do is pull the stereo out of the dash and unplug it . If the buzzing stops the stereo is bad get a new stereo. Its not hard to remove the stereo. Right above the cup holder there is a small cover you need a very small screwdriver to remove it . Under that is a few screws take those out then grab the plastic cover that runs around the stereo and pull towards the back window it simply pops off (No screws) After you remove that cover you will see 4 phillips head screws that hold the stereo in remove them. Last slide out the stereo there will be 1 plug with alot of wires that is the power and speakers . Unplug it . The other round plug is the FM antenna