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Honda accord speakers

Got car back from stepson and the speakers don't work (cd or radio)....the unit itself is working, just no sound.......checked owners manual and there is no mention of a separate fuse or circuit breakers for the speakers.......any hints?

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Re: honda accord speakers

He might of blow you speakers, by having them to loud and he over powered the speakers. blow coils.

Posted on Feb 08, 2008

Re: honda accord speakers - Car Speakers & Subwoofers

Ground wire not strong enuf

Posted on Jan 12, 2008

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Re: honda accord speakers

Is it all factory equipment? Perhaps he had a different system put in then uninstalled and the factory gear put back in....but not properly. Or if you meant he only had it for a day or something then perhaps he was playing it too loudly and blew the internal amplifier out. Factory decks are usually not worth repair so a new deck will be likely required. Any decent car audio shop should be able to do a few quick and dirty tests at a minimal (if any) cost.

Posted on Sep 10, 2007

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