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Driver side speaker and sub woofer make an popping

Driver side speaker and sub woofer make an odd thump type of noise, but all other speakers in my car sound fine.

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  • untame805 Jul 30, 2009

    thanks for the response,



    I tried a brand new speaker and it also made the same pulsing sound like a clack not so much a thump. when i tried the old one that was on the driver side to the one on the passenger side it sounded like new which threw me off. now i think it might be the head unit but all the other speakers are ok so...????? as for the sub, it is new. unless it has a defect.

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They could be blown try replaceing them and see if it helps

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

  • nicholas mcintosh Jul 30, 2009

    well it could be just the fuse in cd player itself its a 10 amp fuse try replacing it but that does seem weird also

  • nicholas mcintosh Aug 01, 2009

    that does seem weird also

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