Question about 1996 Lexus ES 300
Sounds like you might have blown a speaker. These days they are often 3 in one assemblies and you're probablyjust hearing the tweeter while the bass and midrange are gone.
The sure way is too use am ohmmeter and look for between 2 and 8 ohms.
This is why it pays to buy good warranted speakers for 5 years like some companies offer. You pay more up front but in the long run its usually worth it. It's also why most speakers are only 30 to 90 day warranties -- They're one of the most blown up things in the consumer industry.
I went to college for electronics, BTW.
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