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Speaker input cable

When i try to hook my door panel speakers up into the speaker input cable it doesnt make a sound like my subs hit still but my door panel speakers dont put out any sound

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This happened to me before, try checking the ends on both sides and see if they are hooked up correctly, or look qat the whole wire and see if its chewed through or something.

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