Question about Pioneer TS-G6841R Coaxial Car Speaker
I installed pioneer ts g6841r car front speakers in my car(99 dodge intrepid, and it sound like they are still on which is causing my battery to drain, what should i do to fix the problem
I don't think it would be your speakers. Speakers are only powered by the wires running from the head unit. Does your head unit stay on when your car is turned off? If so, you need an accessorised power source. One that only engages power when your car is turned to accessories. let me know.
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
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