Question about Cars & Trucks
Sounds like your trying to fix a junk car and going threw the learning curve lots of people go threw you will learn when you go cheap you get cheap to be a cheap skate you need to go threw a few extra step check the parts before you buy them using a ohm meter walmart and radio shack has good cheap one that are reliable other than that there is a problem with the speaker wire or the speakers them self. The way a ohm meter works is you touch the leads together and the meter reads zero so when you use it you take one lead and touch one end of a wire and the other lead to something it connects to or the other end of the wire you will read zero means the part is good may need to use extra wire to extend you leads it is complicated at first but do not give up it get easier and you will get great at making junk out of working parts. A good investment will be a manual for the car the best is one from the dealer but those haynes one at advance will better that nothing. All mechanic use manual for any vehicle they are working on very helpful and and give a good place to start and cuts down on some of the guessing.
Posted on May 17, 2014
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