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The Radio is on, but the sound has left the building.

I have a 1996 Mercury Grand Marquis.
My problem is the radio is on but the speakers don't work. once in a while if you go over a bump the sound will work for a short time, but that about it. I looked up the stereo wiring on line. Do I follow the wires from the radio to find the problem? What do you recommend?

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Ok more than likely u either dont have it grounded good enough or your speakers arnt hooked up good enough from each speaker follow that wire to make sure there hooked up good and also if there aftermarket use black electric tape and your ground wire is the black one make sure it is grounded good to a metal part on your car please let me know if this helps thanks

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