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Speakers in back wont work

The speakers in the back wont work. Is this a fuse issue?

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Highly doubt it. I would hook up a speaker that you know works to the connectors in your GMC and see if that speaker works. I ran wires from the connectors of my vehicle to the trunk speakers of another vehicle(because the are easy to get to). If the speakers of that vehicle works, then you know you have bad speakers in your GMC.

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