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Car speakers I installed new speakers in my door because the previous ones i had to turn the radio up at a high volume to hear them. Now im still having the same problem with the new ones. what could be the problem?

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It is not the speakers, since you replaced them and still have the problem you can rule them out.

Check the fade function on the radio. You may have the fader set to mostly the rear speakers.

You did not give the model number of the radio, but most aftermarket radios have a reset button on them. if you can not find the fade setting, you can always reset the radio and see if that helps. it will clear all your memory functions like the clock setting, the preset stations, fade, balance, treble, bass and set it to the original factory settings. if you can not find a reset, there is one other option but if your radio uses a security code make sure you have the code before doing this because you will need it.
Just disconnect the car battery for about a minute and then re-connect. That should reset the radio also. But remember......if you have a security code and don't know it, you will not be able to power the radio back on again. You will have to pay a shop or dealership to clear the code, depending on what kind of radio you have.
I can help you with Kenwood codes but you need the remote to clear the code with those.

I hope this was helpful, let me know if you need any more help. if this fixes you up, a good rating would really be appreciated. have a great day.

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The speakers have were not ur problem the radio was. the speakers can only go as high as the radio can. there r 2 ways 2 slove this get a new radio, or add a amp to run the speaker. contact me if u have any more ?s.

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