Question about 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 4WD
Hi, unless you have a premium sound system with an amplifier, all of your speakers are powered by the same radio fuse. If you do have a premium system, it is probably an add on. The installers may have added a fuse to the panel on the left end of the dash. Check for a modification there--fuse that the map doesn't call for.
If you don't have an amp, there are 3 or so possibilities:
1. the fader control is turned to rear or is broken
2. both front power transistors in the radio are burned out.
3. Both front speakers are burned out or both wires are bad.
You can check for bad speakers and wires by taking one of the front speakers out and hooking up a known-to-be-good speaker (such as one from the back).
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Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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