Question about Audio Players & Recorders
RobCarfa- alright ,you have no sound at all,so it is most likely you have a bad speaker.Are you running your factory head unit still,because they have an audio protect mode,as do most aftermarket stereos. On the cavalier and sunfires the rear speakers tend to short out first. try unplugging your rear speakers and see if you get sound back.If so one of your rear speakers or both are shorted.If you still have no sound it is possible afront speaker is no good.Try the rear speakers and let me know,I canhelp. cooltek Mar,12/08
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
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