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The left side of the truck speakers are not working, possible blown fuse

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SOURCE: fuse was blown and change

does it crank?Spark at coil if cranking?Shot of starting fluid if fuel problem?

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SOURCE: Trying to replace blown speaker????

yes the door panel has to be removed there are two quick nuts on the back of the speaker holding it in the door panel, the door panels on those are really easy though

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SOURCE: Speaker issue on my 1998

unhook all wires and clarify you have the proper diagram and wory bout the wires is says to wire togethe , often you will have extra wires.

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SOURCE: 2004 Avalanche/Radio speakers blown, all

either you are running an aftermarket stereo with too much power for the OEM speakers, or your OEM radio has malfunctioned and there is stray voltage getting to the speakers. in the prior case you need to upgrade your speakers, in the latter case you need to look around and find a replacement used working OEM radio. used OEM radios can be had on eBay, at junkyards, at stereo install shops, and by looking around on craagslist, to name a few.

look on for videos of folks pulling a dashboard, console, stereo, or speaker replacement on your vehicle. Or you can buy a repair manual which can be had on CD for about 5 bucks on eBay.

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its not a fuse, its wiring or the radio is bad.

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