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Avalon speakers I installed some new speakers in the rear of my car. They worked fine until a few weeks ago when they stopped getting sound altogether... Wondering if it is a wiring problem or if I need a new fuse, etc

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Check your fuses first. See if any are blown. If not, commence to checking the state of the wiring job you did to install them. Chances are something came undone and either:
A) Isn't connected anymore..
B) Is grounding itself out, causing a short.
If option B, chances are it also blew a fuse. So if a fuse is blown, still check the wiring. lol

Posted on Apr 16, 2014

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