Question about 2004 Kia Optima
Posted by Anonymous on
Obviously there's short somewhere or radio have short out. You can change the radio one from junk yard or test each speaker individually @ where the connect to the radio. Want to go even more advance. Get a mutlimeter and check it resistance or etc. If it's the radio that's faulty try unplugging it and plug. The purpose of fade is to fade and distribute the the sound in speakers there for won't help with the problem. You can even use a aa battery to check speaker. If speaker faulty get one out the junkyard.
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