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The sound on the radio on my 2006 is going out the lower volume doesn't work but the louder volume does

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  • crnbread73 Nov 19, 2009

    we did that and still nothing. it was going out like when a radio station fades out and comes back in and then it started doing it with radio and cds now it the lower volume has went out all together and only works when it is turned up i had to adjust so that sound comes from back speakers so that it doesn't blast me out of the car



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Sounds like a fading problem, adjust the equilizer to balance the fade. Good luck

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    wayne Nov 19, 2009

    is this an original stereo or aftermarket? if aftermarket there are 8 wires for 4 speakers, all 4 earth wires must remain individual from the others do not intertwine them together . Alternativly it may be the banks in the unit dying, they cost as much as the stereo sorry.



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