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I have the PL6984BL in my car that I just installed. The back right one sounds bad, with a slight buzz while bass is playing. This buzz goes away when i touch the cone from underneath, AND if i push up on the magnet at the bottom. Since they are new, and both of them aren't doing it (the other one sounds fine) I have no idea what could be wrong with this one.

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I had the same problem and was able to fix it by tighening the big phillips head screw in the center of the rear of the speaker (under the blue lable). You will feel an indentation in the center of the blue label on the rear. Use an exacto blade to cut a 3/8" dia circle through it to expose the big phillips head screw. Add a liitle lock-tite and really crank it down snug. Doing this seemed to fix mine, though it could possibley be a coincidence.
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