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I've had a look on e-bay, etc but don't know if ones I am looking at are ok. I need guidance
Any radio shop will replace this speaker. Just give them make and serial number. Can you buy it back from the charity shop ?
Posted on Nov 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the sub panal doesnt come off seperate you will break it if you try and you will need to remove the whole side panal its e-z afer the panals removed good luck and remember dont force or pull to hard
Posted on May 07, 2009
SOURCE: sentra 2000 Crlspes again
to find if its a grounding issue, add some additional ground wires to the engine, and from the battery to the body, if it is a ground issue, the additional wires should solve it.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
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Posted on Dec 01, 2010
You need to see a wiring diagram to see how the ignition switch allows or sends power to that 30 amp fuse. The switch may turn on a relay (maybe the ignition relay) that sends power to the fuse panel. Or the run wire out of the switch may itself turn power on at the fuses. You may have a loose connection behind the fuse panel.
Get a test light, pull the fuse, and check for power at the fuse terminals, with key on. One terminal for the fuse should have power. If not, power is lost between the ignition switch and that fuse. If it does have power, and windows still don't work, check the wire from fuse panel to the master switch-loose or poor connections, maybe a partially broken wire. If it looks good, check the ground wire for the windows. The ground wire originates at the master switch and will go back into the cabin to a nearby ground, possibly behind the left kick panel. If still no help, someone may need a volt- ohmmeter to start checking continuity of wires, voltage drops, etc.
Posted on Jun 18, 2013
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