I have a blown 6x9 subwoofer in my 95 Jaguar. High mileage car and do not want to spend a lot to fix. Can I just plug in any 6x9 speaker??? If not are there any other options??? It's a harmon kardon stereo with an amp.
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Subwoofers don't have tweeters and NO speaker makes spontaneous sounds unless it's mechanically breaking apart - then it dies and is silent.
I'd look for an electronic component that's blown. No one online can do that part for you.
Then you can say, 'oh, I see (something blown)' and spend time and money obtaining and replacing the low-hanging visible fruit only to find that the ROOT cause is not visible and you still have a problem.
Turn on radio on half and get in the back seat and listen for distortion and if that dont work turn off the key unplug one speaker at a timeuntil you find it the wire are in the trunck connected to the speaker.Listen then not exceeding the power on the speaker and you wont need to turn it up that loud you will notice whats blown quickly.
hate that when it happens, Blown motors are'nt nice. The most common reason is the timing belt broke now you crank it to start and it sounds like it's turning free. ( no put- put from the exhaust ) This engine can do some very bad things when the belt breaks and one of them is the engines valves can hit the pistons and bend or break and then it's major head off repair and if the mileage is high and the wear and tear is high then it's not worth fixing. Your mechanic may be able to tell with out putting on a new belt the the engines blown as the car isn't worth putting more than what you can buy another one for into it. Like I said if the rest of the car is real good, with no other problems. Find one that's not blown to buy then make your deal to get it fixed. Then if needed just Buy the other car. Blown neon motors fail again easy after their fixed mainly other high mileage problems. It's done !!