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My sound stopped working except the sub and amp.

I was driving home from work with my music on, I then notice the speakers in the vehicle turned off completely and now the only sound is from my sub and amp in the trunk. I checked my amp wires in the trunk and played with the head unit a little but no luck. I also have checked my fuses they still are working. should I replace the speakers?

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If you have a little electronic know how... it can be a blown capacitor in the speaker. If you find it, solder a new one in and turn the volume down in the future. And look around for any signs of burnt insulation. Trunk amps are notorious for being insufficiently wired for power.

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do you need all this noise whilst driving the car,could you hear an emergency vehicle ??check the fuses first and connections ,try speakers direct to radio

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To isolate what speaker is what set of wires, I always use a AA 1.5V battery and touch one end of each set of wires on each end of the battery, and you'll hear a crackle from the speaker they belong to, then I label it. Can use AA,AAA,A,C,D battery doesn't matter as long as 1.5v. Don't know if that's what you were looking for or not. Old trick from years ago.

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