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Passenger side speakers have no base sound

2005 745i. my passenger side speakers have no base sound. what happen?

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SOURCE: 42.1i passenger side rear has power but sound is very quiet and tinny. all 3 other speakers work fine.

It sounds like the woofer part of the speaker is bad, while the tweeter is still good. You are going to have to replace the speaker. Speakers are generally sold in pairs, so it would be best to replace both rear speakers at the same time.

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