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Front speakers 2001 New Beetle. Front door speakers are not working, but the back ones sound great. The "A" post tweeter on the right front works but not the left.

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Either the wires in the boot where door folds open has broken wires in it or the most likely case you have 2 blown wolfers and 1 blown tweeter. common for cars with the monsoon stereo system, they made the radio better than the speakers.

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