Question about Hyundai Cars & Trucks
I have a 2005 Elantra and within the past 6 months the driver side door speaker quit working. A little rain and snow had gotten inside the door behind the mirror due to a faulty window regulator, thus making the window fall out of its track.. So I thought that maybe enough moisture had gotten to the wires and shorted out the Left Front preamp in the (stock) radio. Just last night I installed a brand new Sony Xplod head unit in the dash but still no sound coming out of the LF speaker. I do know that it does work because I took it out and wired it to a small radio. Any advice at all might and or will help. Thank you. P.S the Tweeter and red door light still work. Also the window master switch does not work. My windows haven't moved in 2 years.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
U have a Factory audio auxiliary amp in the truck, the radio is just a head unit with a preamp feeding a main amp, that is behind the right rear 1/4 panel trim panel in the cargo area, if your new sound unit has preamp outputs use them, other wise u must wire around the Ford factory amplifier.
Posted on May 13, 2009
check you Fade and Balance,sometime the ground is used for two speakers sometimes a ground is used more then once will cause your problem ........Good luck......
Posted on May 14, 2009
SOURCE: driver side windows , window
All of these things are on COMPLETELY different circuits and do not share any common components other than the wiring harnesses they are bundled in. It is possible to have a rubbed-through wiring harness that is affecting ALL of these circuits, but it is NOT very likely.
Each failure should be diagnosed individually to locate the problem. If the problem does turn out to be something like a wiring harness problem, you will find the problem with ALL of these things by concentrating on diagnosing ONE of these things.
Failed window lift motors and door lock actuators are VERY common on Ford Explorers. The easiest way to diagnose this condition is to remove the door panels and check for power and ground at the lift motors and lock actuators themselves. If power and ground is present at the component connector when the switches are activated, then the component needs to be replaced. If ground or power is missing from the connector, then the circuits must be traced to find the problem.
For the driver's door speaker, there is a Technical Service Bulletin (TSB) published by Ford that involves replacing the connector at the door speaker. The parts are available only at the dealer and come with instructions. It is TSB Number 05-21-11.
Posted on Jul 28, 2011
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