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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
are you using and after market harness to go from your bronco to the harness to the new radio. if so make sure all the colors are matched up (e.i. purple to purple, purple/black to purple/black). did the speakers work before the aftermarket unit. Also check the wiring at the oem speakers
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
The fan could have an obstuction. I have heard of tech sheets getting into the fan and causing a vibration and vibrating sound.
Posted on May 12, 2009
Go to Control panel > Sounds and Audio Devices > Volume. Check that Device Volume is at least halfway across the slider and that Mute is unchecked. Go to Advanced and make sure that nothing is mute. Go to Speaker Volume and set the sliders at least halfway across the slider. Go to Advanced, and in Speakers setup choose Laptop Stereo Speakers (if that's what you have). Go to Performance and choose Restore Defaults. Click Apply > OK
plz do inform if this has sorted out the problem
all the best
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
check ur sound drivers.. check whether they are uninstalled, and try to check in the sound and audio devices in control panel...
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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Without hearing the noise, it's difficult to determine the exact cause. I've seen enclosures do this if the panels were not glued together well.
Try connecting the speaker to one channel at a time to see if one particular channel causes the problem.
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