The "audio" button will allow you to cycle through "balance", "fade", "treble" and "bass". Simply press "audio" until the desired adjustment shows, you can then use the fwd and rev buttons to set levels. Those japanese sure do things differently - you have to learn about cars all over again after buying a foreign car. Be careful though, the bass can blow your speakers very easily (I know from experience). Other than that Mirage's are a driver's dream...
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Did u wire it correctly. Isnthe grounds hooked to metal grounds. Isnthere a mute feature. Donu have the fader control set up. Were the speaker's working before just need to know to help. Is it a old style where u have to pull the vol knob to adj left right balance. Are the wires hooked up and solidly welded togather. Is there any thing inn the radio menu that says out put feed?.
Are you sure you are listening to a stereo program (e.g. FM radio or CD/Tape)? Have you tried adjusting the fade and balance controls? If sound is not coming out of all speakers, you will probably have to replace the radio.
Hello! Whether your vehicle is premium or standard the wiring is almost the same...Both have a Left front Speaker and a Left Front Tweeter...You did not specify which speaker (Left Front ) wasn't working; However it really doesn't matter...Either the speaker is blown or the wiring has a poor connection or is broken (open)...Here are the wire colors...LF Door=Tan (+) and Gray (-)... LF Tweeter=Tan (+) and Yellow (-)...The Yellow and Gray are tied together...Pop the speakers out using a thin blade screwdriver with the end taped...Visually inspect...If you have an ohm meter read across each speaker if good=2-8 ohms...If bad =open or 0 ohms...Guru...Saailer
Did it fail while you had vehicle, or like this when you bought it? Could be bad radio or wiring harness was chopped up when previous owners had an aftermarket radio installed. They probably just slapped the OEM radio back in when selling car. And didn't put all the OEM wiring back in.
Check your radio and trunck to see if you have a equalizer/amplifier built in or otherwise.Adjustments would cause radio to go into safety mode.Try your balance from side to side.A busted speaker would cause the fuzzy sound or a shorting speaker wire.If none of this is your problem you may need to take it to a sound specialist.
You may have to pull radio out to check that it was correctly wired up,Im assuming its not the original factory fitted radio?If it is the original then removal for repair and testing would likely be the only option,either way radio has to be pulled out and wiring checked first.