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Speaker problems I have a 2002 Rav4 with a factory instal head unit and 6 speakers. I replaced the door speakers with Polk Momo 6 1/2 inch speakers. when I turn the volume up high the back speakers crackle and get no sound and the front ones go to an extreemly low, no tone, volume. The rear speakers have crossovers and the fronts don't. when I turn it down and back up again it stops.

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I would make sure that your speakers are wired in the correct phase.. positive and negative are correct.. if they are out of phase they will cancel each other out giving you no bass

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