Question about Car Audio & Video
The problem is likely with the amplifier, this is located in the rear fender. I've never personly changed one of these but the instructions on how to do it on this site should come in handy:
The amplifier may be repaired through a local repair shop, it sounds like it's suffering from dry/cracked solder joints.
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Posted on May 25, 2009
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