Question about 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier
Good chance that the radio power supply to those speakers have gone bad. There common for the GM Delco head unit, when the head unit get's hot. The solder get's weak and then you have what they call a cold solder, causing a bad current flow to the power supply to the rear speaker wire harness.
If you like to keep the stock head unit, you can remove it and have a electronic shop repair the head unit. Or you can go to the salvage yard and see if you can locate an other head unit for around $50.00, you should be fine with the year of your Cavalier, the 2001 and newer head unit was mated with the car's Vin number through the ECM to have it function.
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Posted on May 09, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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