Question about Car Audio & Video
Check the continuity of the speakers using a tester.. set it to 10K Ohms. If the tester moves then you have a good speaker but if it doesn't move, then you have to replace your speaker.
You might want to check the speaker volume balance first... ^_^
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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