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SOURCE: I have a 2000 toyota avalon and the woofer speaker

I bought a refoam kit from Midwest Speaker Repair - found them on eBay. Cost $23.50, including shipping. Had it in two days. Very easy prep and installation. I think the subwoofer sounds better than new, but I could be wrong. Best way to go. Worth every penny.

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Toyota avalon subwoofer


if the woofer is not busted mash down on the speaker and let it recoil. if you hear a rough sound like it is rubbing against its self the voice coil has gone out and you have to replace it.

Mar 25, 2014 | Toyota Avalon Cars & Trucks

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Subwoofer output distorted


Check to see if the speaker foam surrounds have disintegrated on your subwoofer. I bet it is. If so the speaker will sound like it is distorting or vibrating. Electrically it should be fine. My 2000 Avalon has this same problem with the 8" JBL subwoofer. It is a common problem and an easy fix. Go online to ebay or Amazon and purchase a speaker foam surround replacement kit (Ranges from $18.00 to $25). Youtube also has "How To" videos on how to repair this on your own. I just ordered my foam kit and awaiting the parts. Here is one for $23 but you can shop around for other deals.

Toyota JBL Speaker Foam Edge Repair Replacement Kit 86160 AC180 Avalon...

Feb 24, 2014 | 2005 Toyota Avalon

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Hooking up speakers


first off stock wiring for speakers,and or amp are with minimal wiring.Rewire system for better sound quality,also use noise suppresors if needed.

Jan 18, 2014 | Toyota Cars & Trucks

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Subwoofer is not playing


It is hard to say. The sub-woofer has its own amplifier, although it is supplied the sound data from the main amplifier. It could have a problem with the battery power circuit (Sub-Woofer Amplifier Connector Pin 6, LIGHT GREEN/VIOLET) or it could have a problem with the GROUND circuit (Pin 2, BLACK/LIGHT GREEN) Or it could possibly not be receiving the signal from the main amplifier (Pin 7, BROWN/ORANGE "+"), (Pin 8, RED/BLACK "-"). Or it could be that either the sub-woofer speaker is blown, or the sub-woofer amplifier is defective.
There is also a "High Audio Mute" circuit that connects between the main amplifier and the sub-woofer amplifier.

Mar 06, 2012 | 2000 Lincoln Navigator

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Tweeter speaker distorted sound


Sounds like you speaker is blown, open and replace or switch speakers if still happening then radio is damaged.

Feb 22, 2012 | Volkswagen Golf Cars & Trucks

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My sub woofer stopped working, please tell me where it is located so i can check the speaker and also check if power is going to it thank you very much joe


The JBL premium sound system has a large woofer in the bottom of each door, a small mid-range speaker next to the woofer, & tweeters next to the front door windows in the corner, & two full-range speakers near the rear seats. The woofer (not sub-woofer) handles all the low end. You can test the woofer by turning the BASS to max and TREBLE to minimum (make sure balance and fader are centered) and put your ear next to each woofer.
The woofer is usually the 1st speaker to have problems after 10 years or so. The outer edge of the woofer starts to degrade. You will usually hear a rattling sound out of the woofer when this happens.
NOTE: If no sound at all out of the woofer (tweeters are OK), you might take your car into a car stereo shop. They can put a speaker on the wires connected to the speaker and make sure your problem is not the radio.
PROBLEM: You can still hear sound out of the woofers but it is distorted
SOLUTION 1: Go to a car audio shop and have them install new woofers. These may cost $30+ each but the dealer cost is over $200 for each woofer (crazy).
SOLUTION 2: More involved but very cost effective. If you or a friend is handy, you can go to www.speakerworks.com and order a new set of speaker outer rings (on the site they are called speaker SURROUND) that will replace the damaged outer rings on the woofers (replace on both woofers). They really work great and your speakers should last for many more years.
Hope this helps.

Feb 07, 2011 | 2001 Toyota Sequoia

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No sound in rear speakers. have adjusted all settings, balance, fader, mid,base,treble. Everything varies but no sound in rear - either speaker. Actually, the sound in the front is not very clear (is...


check wiring.speakers can be checked with a 9 volt battery one on each lead it will move if the are operating correctly. check also for wiring/radio shorts.

Jul 01, 2010 | 2005 Lexus RX330

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I have a 2000 toyota avalon and the woofer speaker is buzzing and crackling. a new speaker is $300. is there another replacement beside a stock jbl? will another speaker (cheaper) fit?


I bought a refoam kit from Midwest Speaker Repair - found them on eBay. Cost $23.50, including shipping. Had it in two days. Very easy prep and installation. I think the subwoofer sounds better than new, but I could be wrong. Best way to go. Worth every penny.

Sep 07, 2009 | 2000 Toyota Avalon

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I have blown-up my JBL rear woofer 86160 - 26W and 3.7 OHM. I am having difficulty finding the exact same woofer again and hence wanted to know is there a replacement i can use. I understand the meaning of...


I just replaced my blown sub in my Avalon xls with a Kicker 07C84 and it works great. For the same price of a repair kit, you can just buy this new speaker. Why go through the hassle of repairing a 9 year old speaker. This speaker fits into the same cutout of the old speaker. All I did was splice the red and black wires within the factory plastic housing so I could still use the factory connector.

Jun 13, 2009 | 2001 Toyota Avalon

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How do I remove and replace the rear speaker in my 2002 Lexus ES 300?


Hello, I have a 2000 ES300 and while the body style is different believe the newer model still has the rear deck mounted sub-woofer that you are referring to. The process of removing this speaker would start off the same as if you were going to replace the third brake light also located in this housing. Using a flathead screwdriver work your way around prying/popping up all four corners of the speaker grill covering the speaker that have the retainer clips. Once you disengage the clips work/maneuver the grill up and towards you gently and it should slide out. The bulb for the third brae light will be attached to this speaker grill, disconnect the snap wire from the bulb and you should have a clear visual of the speaker and the four bolthead screws securing it. Remove these screws and your almost home free. The next part might be slightly more difficult. If the speaker s simply connected by a clipped on wiring harness, just detach.On my 2000 ES300 i have the pioneer system(Not Nakimichi) and the 2 wires (one black, and one red) are soldered directly to the speaker. You can take a soldering iron(maybe a battery or gas powered one unless you have an inverter) and remelt the solder to remove the wires or you can elect to simply cut the wires. If you choose to cut them make sure you cut them as close as possible to the soldered joints so you have plenty of wire left to install the replacement speaker.Then install replacement either soldering or using crimp clamps and reassemble. ( Note if you simply want to add a aftermarket amplified sub-woofer you don't need to remove the sub-woofer out of the housing. You can tap into the wire leads and run it directly to the amplifier. Just cut one of the wires leading to the stock sub-woofer so it doesn't also come on and potentially blow while the radio is on. This will also prevent any bass humming when the radio is shut off but the aftermarket amplifier is still on because once one of the wires to the stock sub-woofer is disconnected or cut it breaks the circuit. Hope this helps.

Jun 13, 2009 | 2000 Lexus ES 300

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