Question about Car Audio & Video
Swap the front speakers to the rear and the rears to the front. If the rears now don't play, it's in the radio. Double check the fader control. If that is correct it is the internal amp. If the fronts don't play after switching, it's the speakers. Use an Ohm meter to check the wiring and the speakers. It should be 4 or higher. If it is 2 or lower, it will cause the internal amp to fail. Check the wiring and make sure it is not pinched and make sure the speaker terminals are not touching metal where they are mounted.
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Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
after you play a cd while the cd is playing go into your audio settings and adjust theres settings foe each part on a stereo if u set the audio for AM//FM then play a cd the stereo changes to the cd settings
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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