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Back speakers dont work but front tweeters do sometimes hit bump come on allso cruse dont work when speaker dont


OK, an auto electrician should probably check the stereo and the cruise control, if a short is affecting the latter it could be dangerous.
He may find that the speakers are shorted or are not earthed properly. Should not cost much to have checked out.
My feeling is that the two issues are probably unrelated, but that is an educated guessat best.

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you tube and put in your problem in the search box a video should pop up with your problem

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2002 Pontiac sunfire front and rear left speakers not working ! Any idea what could be wrong ? I heard there is a factory amp do you know where that would be and if that could be the problem


factory amps are located on the stereo unit itself or in the trunk but only if the car was ordered with premium sound and the possibilities of that car being ordered with premium sound is unlikely. so at the harness in the back of the stereo find the speaker wires and hook up a 9 volt battery to the said speakers that dont work if they crackle then its in the stereo if not its the speakers or wires to speakers with battery hooked up and speakers dont crackle go to speaker and test with a vom and test for 9 volts dc

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Is there a fuse for back speakers?


no there is no fuse if you have ab aftermarket radio and th speakers are not working i would recomend checking connections on back of radio if it has a stock radio check the connectors on speakers if there attached and still dont work you have blown speakers or bad wiring

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Turn on radio on half and get in the back seat and listen for distortion and if that dont work turn off the key unplug one speaker at a timeuntil you find it the wire are in the trunck connected to the speaker.Listen then not exceeding the power on the speaker and you wont need to turn it up that loud you will notice whats blown quickly.

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When speaker is disconnected cars back suspension does not work


thats messed up ,,,the air ride control module is located on the rear deck lid near the speaker,my guess is you got a pinched wires causing the rear speaker to mess up the air ride,because they dont normal have anything to do with each other,,thats my guess,,

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Front door speakers don't work.


it sound as if the front speaker channel has gone out. You could try disconnecting the power to the cd player, wait 5 minutes and hook it back up. Also, you could try adjusting the fade control from front to back and see if you get any sound, but it really does sound like the channel has gone out

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take the passenger door panel off, hook any speaker to see if it works then... may be a problem inside the radio if it dont work when you try this please let me know and rate my answer please..thank you so much

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