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I bought a 1997 Honda Accord for my daughter. I noticed that the right front door speaker wasn't working. And since the cd player didn't work at all, I bought a new Pioneer deck and put it in, connecting all wiring to a new harness that would plug into the Honda harness. Well, the right front speaker still did not work. I took off the door panel and got to the speaker, unplugged and plugged back the wiring connector to the speaker over and over, but still no sound, not even a pop or crackle. What should I do now? Thanks.

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You'll probably need to replace the speaker.

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