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NO SOUND COME FROM INSIDE SPEAKERS ONLY LOWS PLAYING THRU SUBS

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  • Anonymous Jan 30, 2009

    Kenwood KDC-1020. No sound on speaker terminals, the Auxillary output or Subwoofer output works.

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Try wiring the speakers up directly to the stereo instead of the wires that are already in the car, if it doesnt work then give up

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