Question about 2005 Pontiac Aztek
Half way to beach, radio speakers started shorting out. Eventually all stopped completely. A few minutes later, they started working again. Speakers worked all week at beach, then on the way home, they quit working again, except tweeters, you could barely hear them. When radio is turned off, you can hear static through tweeters. Had new A/C compressor put on before going to beach. Had no problem with radio until after compressor change. Probably a coincidence, I don't know. Anyway, I am disabled and can't afford to take to repair shop, so I must try to fix radio myself. Is this feasible, and if so, how do I fix speakers?
I suggest Checking the ground wire to the battery. It sounds like it is loosing earth ground to the speakers.or the technician didn't attach wire back to engine block near the compressor.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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