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Hi, I have a 2004 Outback. Three of the four radio speakers have stopped working. Do you have any suggestions about what needs to be fixed. Thanx, Betsy Eakins

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If power stopped at the connector by the speaker on the 3 it may be a fuse or a wiring problem, if you still have power to all 4 and no sound out of the 3 you will need to replace the 3 speakers.
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