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Infinity sound system for 2005 montero

My radio just quit making sound. It turns on and you cana hear the speakers click but no sound?

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There isn't an inbetween on sound. You either get nothing or you have something going wrong with your wiring some where. Have you tried hooking a speaker up directly to your cd player? Sounds like you have a speaker grounding out. Some times it's better to just open up your dash and unplug everything, (remove your fuse from the fuse box for your radio first). Start from scratch, if you have RCA's electrical tape them and any other metal components. That will create a grounding problem.
Hope this helps!

Posted on Apr 20, 2008

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