Question about 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix
First thing i'd do is to open up each speaker location and hot wire a working speaker to the leads (can be any speaker...from an old house radio etc as long as you know it works). If your test speaker works then the one in the car is bad. If you can't find anything there, then you can remove the radio and attach the test speaker to the actual harness. If you have power there and speaker works, then the wiring to the speaker needs to be tested. If it does not work you need another radio (cheaper than a repair.)
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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