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Faint sounf from car speakers

When I got my car the pass side front speakers had a very faint sound but all other speakers worked fine. Over the weekend the driver side front speakers did the same thing. Very faint sound.

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Just a couple general ideas. If it is a used car then the head unit is possibly failing. Another possibility is resistance building up at the connections. If you can clean the connections, plugs and slipons with electronic spray, erasure, and fine sand paper if accesable.

Posted on Mar 20, 2014

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SOURCE: Front Speakers don't work

restart your computer and let the system automatically detect your installed hardware. when it will detected set again the setting of sound and audio devices which founs in control panel into advanced audio properties. it will not work thus contact the online help which found at the box of the product.

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SOURCE: Side Speakers

wad sound card are you using?

Posted on Oct 07, 2008

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