Question about 2003 Nissan Sentra
No it means the other side has come disconnected or is bumping up against another wire and shorting the speaker out. You need to trace the wire in question and I would hook the speaker back up and take the radio part way out of the dash. Then with the radio on move aroung the wires with your hand behind the radio and see if you hear that speaker coming off and on. If so your close. Just trace it to the problem by continuing to move the wires. If it is not back behind the radio then start at the speaker end and follow that wire with the radio on until you come to either a broken wire or a bare spot in the wire touching metel and fix it accordingly. Let me know how this turns out and please leave me a good thumbs up for trying for you. Raz
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
Testimonial: "very helpful. Thanks for the advice "
I had the same problem, but it keep getting worse. Front left, then front right, then rear right. I replaced with new stereo and it sounds a lot better than factory stereo
Posted on May 12, 2010
Testimonial: "thanks . i was beginning to think it was the stereo so i bought a new sony"
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