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Rear speakers go out intermitently and seems like one side may be louder then the other

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  • johnsmyers Jan 30, 2010

    Thanks for replying so quickly. However the speakers are NOT blown sometimes they work great and sometimes they just cut out.

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Do you listen to your music loud? Maybe lots of bass? They sound blown to me. This is a fairly common problem, especially on older cars, since speakers degrade from usage, and hot / cold weather. Good lock!

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