Question about Car Audio & Video
Easiest way is hooking up temporarily another speaker, one that you know that works, to isolate the problem, either on the cable, or the speaker itself. Just connect it in parallel to the door´s speaker terminal, it wont hurt the head unit. If you still get no sound, make sure the head unit is not damaged for the left side. if there is sound at the headunit, you will have to rewire.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
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