Question about Car Audio & Video
It could be a number of problems ranging from the speakers, to the speaker wiring, to the amplifier in your radio, to the ground. Take the radio out, unground it and see if that helps. If the ground wire is already disconnected, re-connect it. I doubt all of your speakers would go out at once (but i wasnt told otherwise, just assuming) I would say its the amp or preamp in your radio. Best bet there is to get a new radio.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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