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You won't be able to determine what's wrong without gaining access to the speaker.
Posted on Nov 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try replacing the button that you push up and down. It could be bad under it and not making the connection. Maybe take the panel off and take the switch off, then clean the connecters under the button. Maybe that will do it. Also, you probably already ckeched this, but is the window off track? Well, good luck and let me know. Have a great night.~MWD
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
its a tweeter. tweeters make the higher pitched noises mainly treble. minimal to no bass. I would replace it your sound quallity will improve. shouldnt cost too much if you do it yourself.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
Usually this problem is solved by opening the driver's door & looking for a broken wire. This wire usually breaks at the flex point of the harness between the door & frame. Carefully slice outer coating revealing hidden wires. The broken one is the culprit. Hope this helps. Good luck!
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
If you plugged the original leak (which sounds like the head gasket) and then the radiator was leaking, and you are having water coming out of the exhaust, then you need to replace the head gaskets. It sounds like you had a blown head gasket from the start. Here's what to do.
1. Replace the head gaskets (will need intake manifold gasket as it need to come off for this procedure).
2. Replace thermostat, radiator cap (if radiator is still good)
3. Replace water pump; the water pump may have stopped working (mechanical), which in turn caused the pressure to build an blow the head gasket (the cause of the pump would be a bad thermostat. If the truck was overheating, then the thermostat was bad to begin with, then the pump, then the head gasket, so then the only place left for the water to go is out the exhaust.
Here is a list of replacements:
^ water pump
^ head gaskets
^ valve cover gaskets
^ radiator cap (if radiator is good)
^ radiator : if leak from cap caused any damage to radiator (should still be good)
**Also check the radiator hoses to ensure they do not have any "bubbles". Hot water over time (with anti-freeze) erodes the inside of the hoses, and begins to "dig" holes and grooves in the hose, which evetually cause leaks. Consider replacing these as well for safe measure.
Please, let me know if you need further assistance.
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Posted on Jun 22, 2010
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