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it sounds like the intake/ eject rubbers are not working this is almost always due to a broken drive belt take the top of the stereo and have a look for the intake wheel see if the belt is broken and then replace
Here is the electrical wire connections for the Clarion RAB250D w\casset in dash radio by color code. Yellow w\fuse holder is battery + constant source needed to retain progamming memory. Black is ground - negitive chassis. Red is the ignition key on + switch source. The speaker connections you should note that they are paired colors. The black trace is the - negitive on the speaker polarity. The solid color is the + positive of the speaker polarity. Purple set is the right rear speaker. The Grey set is the right front speaker. The Green set is the left rear speaker. The white set is the left front speaker. There is one blue wire with a white trace which is a power output to a optional power amp. Isolate this wire if not in use. Cap the end or tape it.
yellow battery red accessory black ground purple right rear + speaker purple/black right rear - green left rear + green/black left rear - white fr left + white/black fr left - grey fr right + grey/black fr right - blue auto antenna blue/white rem amp brown phone mute orange/white illumination
sounds like a short in your wiring to your speakers the best thing to do to check this is run a speaker wire directly to the speaker from the stereo check it that way and see if it works.If that don't work it's the wires on the stereo connection.The speaker wires on most aftermarket stereos are mostly colored 2 of each green,purple,white & grey.
Check all the connections with an analogue multimeter set to 12 volt dc.You should get fsd at all points. There is no doubt that you have an intermittent fault on the wiring.However, there is a slim possibility that this fault may, in turn, have caused damage to the clarion.If you cannot find a fault on the wiring, then consult a repair manual (available to download) to see whether or not there is a fuse inside the clarion. If there is one fitted, check that to see if it is blown. If thate above does not sokve the problem you are welcome to email me for further help on email@example.com. But I think fokkowing the above advice shoukd solve you lack of sounds in your car. All the best
if your radio is puiing more power your ground might not be good enough, use the same spot but remove the ground and rough it up a little on the base with some sand paper or add a metal o ring to get a better ground.