Question about Pioneer DEH-2000MP MP3 CD AM/FM Car Stereo Head CD Player

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Cant get the speakers balance its all on the right side.

Cant seem to fegger out how to change the balance.i can change everything else. it go back and forth from
fad to right but not changing the level on the speackers.

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Ok maybe i am not understanding what you are trying to do .if you are looking for balance you found it balance is front to back and side to side. if you are saying the volume wont change you might have one rear hooked up to the front and one to the back. this is most common on cars thatare hard wired "no harness"double check the way you ran the wires good luck

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