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Popping noise have a 94 saturn sl1. right rear speaker just getting a popping noise. thought i had a bad speaker so installed new ones . still have problem

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Its a wiring issue. Check the wiring harness (if used) and make sure all wires are intact. Same with the wires at the speakers. Make sure all speakers and head unit are properly grounded. Hope this helps!

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If there's a harness in the dash still, do not cut it off! The easiest thing to do is get a wiring harness that will connect to your Boss radio and then plug right in. You can get them from Amazon or your local electronics store like Best Buy. You can sometimes find them at WalMart as well. The benefit of going to a place like Best Buy is that they have an installation bay with trained techs so they can ensure that you have the right harness. The colors on this harness should match that of the Boss stereo and it's just a matter of soldering/crimping them together.

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For the constant, you can get ground from any piece of metal inside the dash, touch it to the wire the suggested in the diagram. The meter should show 12v or just under. Do the same for the ignition/switched, you shouldn't get any reading. Turn on the ignition and it should go to 12v or just under.

For the speakers you can check the pair with a 9v battery. Take the two wires for lets say the left speaker, blue/white and blue yellow, and touch them to the positive and negative terminals of the battery. You should hear a pop from the speaker. If you don't most likely the wiring is different from what I have listed below which is fine.

After figuring out the which wires are the powers and ground you can basically take one wire and put it on the positive terminal of your 9v battery. Now go through the rest of the wires and tap them one at a time to the negative terminal. Do this until you hear a pop not the wire colors and which speaker made the noise. Now move on to another wire and repeat.

The downfall of doing this is that it doesn't tell you polarity. After you finishing connecting the radio to the in-dash wiring turn it on. Listen to the sound carefully. If it sounds tinny one or more of the speakers polarity are incorrect. Try to determine which speaker/s sound tinny and reverse there wiring. Check again and hopefully everything's sounding good.

1994 Nissan Pathfinder Car Stereo Radio Wiring Diagram
Car Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Red/Black
Car Radio Switched 12V+ Wire: Blue
Car Radio Ground Wire: Chassis
Car Radio Illumination Wire: Red/Yellow
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Car Radio Antenna Trigger: N/A
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Front Speakers Location: Doors
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