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No sounds out of midrange and high speakers

Not getting any sound out of high and midrange speakers

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The audio amplifier located in the trunk on the right side has failed.

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First check whether the connector for the speaker wires is firmly plugged in behind the radio. Try unplugging and replugging to make sure. (Note: the connector may be attached to the radio or it may be on the end of a short length of wire.)

If the speakers are firmly plugged in and you still don't get sound, the next step is to test the speakers. Do this by unplugging the wires behind the radio, then run a meter across one pair (for one speaker) to make sure you don't have an open circuit (broken connection). Alternatively, feed audio from the speaker outputs on a boombox or other stereo to that pair of wires. If you don't get sound or if the meter says there's an open circuit or direct short, either the speakers are bad or there's a broken wire between the radio and the speakers. Most bad connections happen at one end of a wire or the other, so look at the connectors at the radio and at the speakers.

Finally, if the speakers do check out, you'll have to test the car radio itself. Run a pair of wires for one speaker from the radio's outputs to an external speaker (any working speaker will do). If there's no sound, your radio is broken.

Of course, the easy way to do this is take it to a place that installs car radios. They can check it out quite easily and make recommendations. Don't take it to a Chevy dealer. They'll charge you a fortune, and if the radio is bad, they'll sell a refurbished unit for more than you'd pay for a high-end Kenwood or Pioneer.

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Sounds like you might have blown a speaker. These days they are often 3 in one assemblies and you're probablyjust hearing the tweeter while the bass and midrange are gone.

The sure way is too use am ohmmeter and look for between 2 and 8 ohms.

This is why it pays to buy good warranted speakers for 5 years like some companies offer. You pay more up front but in the long run its usually worth it. It's also why most speakers are only 30 to 90 day warranties -- They're one of the most blown up things in the consumer industry.

I went to college for electronics, BTW.

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