Question about Kenwood KAC-9152D Car Audio Amplifier
My head unit is an old Pioneer KEH-P1015 with 4 speakers attached to it and a 6 disc pioneer CD changer. Before the problem occured, one of the rear speakers (rear right 6x9 speaker) is not putting out sound. The symptom is a ticking sound, that sounded like a loose wire rubbing on something. The sound is coming out of the speakers while the music is playing. If I turn the head unit off and turn it back on, the front panel lights will turn on but no sound coming out. I tested the unit with the engine off and still the same ticking sound. I checked if there is a loose wiring, rewired the speakers to the head unit but the problem returned after about 5-7 minutes of playing while the car is running.
I Had That Happen To Me Its A Ground Problem. Check The Negtive Speaker Terminal And The Ground Wire Runing To The HeadUnit This Should Fix It.
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
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