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Factory Stereo Problem

I have a factory stereo in my 2005 altima and there is no sound coming out of the speakers, just a crackling sound. Has anyone heard of this before?

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Sounds like the speakers are blown did you have sound there before or is this somthing that just happend. I would try a new speaker if the problem is still there check the wires for breaks.But sounds like a blown speaker also find out if there is a factory amp and if you have done any new wiring to the sterio check that aswell hope this helps.

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