Question about Car Audio & Video
Pinched wire, metal touching metal, or blown speaker.
Try and move the speaker up and down. If it is hard, or you hear scratching - it is blown.
You can test for continuity to ground on the wire with a multimeter that has continuity capabilities as well to see if there is a problem.
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Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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