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The easiest way to know what happens off all speakers is careful not to touch each other when is the stereo turned on , just connect one of the outputs to a speaker out of the car and if you have volume mean that the car in the this work has made amplifier or a speaker is making short
You need to re-trace your wiring and check your fuses! It's going to be one or the other? Or your Radio is defective!
Try testing the Radio straight from the car battery (or another charged 12 volt battery) using small alligator clips to see if it works, with a good speaker hooked up to it. (A Speaker you know works, not one out of the car!)
This way you'll know if the Radio is good? If the Radio works, fuses are good and wiring is correct, than you have bad speakers!
Hope this helps! Please rate my help, if I was of any assistance to you at all! Thanks!
first adjust the fade and balance, checking each speaker for this issue. if they all continue to cause static when turning up the volume, then it is either the connections are crimped poorly, speaker connections are not secure at speaker or just a faulty volume control knob
i have the same problem in my 2000 bmw 740i with navigation. i bought the car and the radio didn't even turn on and the used car dealership told me they didn't know what the problem was but i found that the fuse for the radio wasn't plugged in and when i put it in the radio and everything worked (cd, tape, etc) however static was coming from the passenger side speaker and im wondering if its just a speaker problem or if its more serious. please if anyone has any incite email me as i don't check this site often at all. email@example.com any info would be a great help thanks again everyone.
The Wht/Blue wire is allways 12 volts; The Ylw/Red is switched only when the car key is on accessories.
1994 Isuzu Amigo Car Radio Wiring Schematic
Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: White/Blue Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Yellow/Red Car Radio Ground Wire: Black Car Radio Illumination Wire: Blue/White Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: N/A Car Stereo Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A Car Stereo Amp Trigger Wire: N/A Car Stereo Amplifier Location: N/A Car Audio Front Speakers Size: 5 1/4′ Car Audio Front Speakers Location: Dash Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Blue/Green Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Gray/Black Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Red/Green Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Brown/Black Car Audio Rear Speakers Size: 5 1/4′ Car Audio Rear Speakers Location: Side Panels Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Blue/Yellow Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Gray/White Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Red/Yellow Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Brown/White
ok, the red and yellow wires serve 2 different purposes.the yellow supplies constant power to your stereo, and the red is switched power. what youve done is combine the two, and connect them to a constant power source. like this, your stereo wont be switched with your ignition. so take off the red wire, but leave the yellow wire connected to the wire its already on. make sure your stereo fuse is good in the fusebox of the car. then, use a test light, with the ignition switch on, to find the second wire on your cars harness that has power. that will be your switched power. connect that one to your red wire, and that will solve your problem.
sounds like that is the problem i think that you need a special harness go to this website: metraonline.com and look up your vehicle you should be able to find the harness at bestbuy or a car stereo shop not sure how much it could be. May be expensive.....
you may want to try using a multimeter to find out which is your power wire/battery wire then to find speaker wires try using a normal everyday aa battery as that will make a static scratchy sound through your speaker and you will be able to identify left,right,front,back,,hope that helps goodluck.