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There is a short buzzing sound from the rear left speeker then CD failure shows up on the display and no sound is produced .Model Sony CDX-GT470U I have wired it up according to the instructions and can't figure it out.

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The problem was that one of the speeker terminal wires was touching the metal body
of the car on the edege of the hole where the speeker magnet sits.
Once I moved the bare wire a little it fixed the problem.
It's the little wire on the speeker itself not the wire that runs to the player.

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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