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The wire inside the speaker cable is broken. You may be able to identify the exact point the wire is broken by bending the wire and unbending the wire. If you can locate the approximate location of the break, you could cut the broken section out then strip the wire, and reconnect. Best to solder if possible. Otherwise, you will probably need to replace the cable or buy a new speaker set.
You seem to have the answers to your question. I would just resolder the connections anyway without checking. If it solves the problem you have saved yourself a lot of money. If it doesn't follow the other steps in order of cheapness!
Just anyway to gain access to open the box is ok there is no easy way really remove the screws (If) it has any or cut an access hole to reattach the wires just dont damage the speaker is all that needs to be watched for. Remember to rate my solution
The screw through the speaker wire caused a dead short and turninged it up loud, you may have fried the capacitors on the output side of the amp circuit. It is easy to tell if you open the amp up, but do so with it disconnected and out of the car. The tops of the caps may be split or bulged. It is worth fixing in my opinion.
We cut the white wire on my son's 2005 ION and followed a youtube video. He said to remove the airbag fuse first. After we cut the wire and put the airbag fuse in, now the airbag light is on. I can't get it fixed for beans. So now he has a security light and airbag light on. He has been in several accidents and the airbags never came out anyway so I guess he will have to drive that way. It did start last night no problem in 30 degree temperature!
There are three possible problems with your system. The first, and cheapest to fix, is that the wire connecting the left channel is faulty. To test this, unplug the wire from the back of the amp and put a new one in, then play some music BEFORE putting everything back into it's respective place. If the speaker doesn't cut out anymore, problem solved! Speaker wire is very cheap too. If the problem persists, try connecting one of your other speakers that you know works to the input. If that speaker cuts out as well, then the amplifier is the faulty component. That will cost some money to repair (between $50-$150 depending on where you go, excluding the price of a new amplifier). If the speaker you know is not faulty works when plugged into the left channel, then the only other option is that the original left channel speaker is faulty. This could cost between $25-$100 to get repaired, excluding the cost of a new speaker. It will not be as costly as a new amp, but will definitely cost more than a new speaker cable.
hey there,i hope the project turns out great, 1) round up all materials needed such as door components and indash radio,install plug for aftermarket radio,get a radio install kit they are like 10-15 bucks ,and if ur doing a double din radio you will have to cut trim to fit and inside compartment behind radio,but if your doin stock 1 din you will be fine. 2) in order to get to radio in dash you must pull dash bezel off from around gauges and radio and the radio has push down release tabs on both sides of radio ...push these down and pull radio outwards. 3) use new wire plug harness and install radio using install kit so radio sits in it and slides back in with tabs. 4) door panels come off with (3)crews that are 7mm near door handle,bottom of door near speaker,and inside where the switch panel is.must pull up switch panel to get to screw others are visible. 5) take mirror cap off and lift upwards on panel the whole panel will come off make sure to unplug vanity light at bottom door and all switches.remove n set to side door ....remove speaker and unplug then install new speaker cut plug install new crimped wire connector caps and install speaker and do reverse to put door back on and this go's for the otherside as well. 6) if theres more to your system write back with any ?'s ok ill try to help as much as possible.