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Rear Speakers dont work -Audi 2004 A6 sline Symphony II

I have a 2004 Audi A6 S line with a Symphony II head unit. The rear speakers dont make a sound (with the fade control switched to all rear-no sound).

Does anyone know what the problem could be?

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  • bosborn01 Mar 04, 2008

    Thanks bsh4026! Do you know how or where I can check for this? Do I have to remove the Head Unit? Where do you think I could start?


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You may have a loose wire somewhere or the wires comming from the headunit could be broke or damaged

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  • bsh4026 Mar 04, 2008

    your best bet is to remove the headunit and check there, but if the wires are fine on it, remove the rear speakers and check the backs of them.

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