I had the same problem. Eventually the other speaker quit also. The problem was a broken wire under the door. This required complete disassembly of the unit just to get at these two wires. Sorry the news isn't better.
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Did you connect a known good speaker to the amplifier's right front output connections? Make sure you also have known good wires for the front right as well. Make sure balance control is set to the middle and not just to the left.
Sounds like a wire is shorting out, probably in behind the stereo, but more likely in the back where the speakers connect. Check for something shorting out or a wire grounding out near the speaker.
You can trace back from there.
Other than that probably is the stereo.
it sounds like the cone in the centre has blown. Use a 'spare speaker' not one from the system and try it, is should work, but if it was the centre speaker cable that shorted, should you get no sound from the spare it sounds like you have blown that part of the system which will require professional repair. Sorry
Twenty nine sounds pretty loud to me. A shorted voice coil in any one of your speakers will drop its resistance value so if the amplifier thinks its feeding a short circuit, will "protect" itself by shutting off. Check wiring carefully and each speaker at a little lower volume for sounds of distortion ie: shorted voice coils...
Hello. Sounds like the amplifier is damaged and or could be a short from a front speaker wire to the car chassie ground. Assuming that the four speakers are driven by the same deck. I would first varify that the amplifier in the deck (radio, CD, etc) is functioning properly if it is being used.
Check all wire connections, check all wires for frays make sure none of them are chaffing on any sharp metal, try different cable or wire between the tuner and or amp and the speaker sorry to say but it sounds like you possibly may have shorted out a Chanel. not saying you did but you may have. you may have to open the system smell the circuit board, to see if there was any (magic smoke), if so you can try to replace any of the bad components check and try to repair any opens, or try to find any loose solider connections or any burnt resistors or fluid leaking from capacitors if all is well and you don't find anything which you probably will if ya blew a Chanel, have it repaired, or buy a new one or go to EBay............
Check your speaker connections it sounds like you have a 5.1 or higher sound system. 5.1 means left front speaker, right front speaker, center speaker, right rear speaker, left rear speaker and subwoofer.
Voices in movies all get channeled to the center speaker (you can usually hear it a bit from the right and left front speakers as well). If your center speaker is disconnected or not working, you will only hear the background sounds.
The Sub gets it's output from the pre-amp circuit, whereas the components get their output from the main amp circuit in the unit.
Sounds like it could be a short in the speaker wiring or a blown speaker. Check all wiring to the speakers.
Check all speaker wires from the unit to the speakers.
check that each pair of speaker terminals at the speaker end is not
touching. Or, a wire fell of 1 terminal to rest on another.
way to check if it's a blown speaker or a wiring short, is to
disconnect all speaker connections ( at the speaker end ) making sure
the disconnected wires don't touch each other or any metal in the car.
press the reset on the unit and power up. If the unit powers up ok,
then its a blown speaker.
Otherwise it's a short in the wiring.
If it's a blown speaker, you can connect 1 speaker at a time and the blown 1 will send the unit into protect mode again.
it's the wiring, disconnect the unit from the wiring and use and ohm
meter to check each pair of cables. A reading suggests a short.
If you don't have an ohm meter a battery and bulb will do. This method usually works on a short.
you have no joy with either method, take each speaker wire in turn and
check with a source of earth (anything metal connected directly to the
body of the car, cigar lighter main body when pulled slightly out is
Protect is on because one of your speaker's or wires is shorted out. It comes on to protect the amp from frying, check ALL of your wiring and speakers for shorts to ground, NONE of the speaker wires should go to chassis ground only the stereos negative (-) speaker termina.l
Checking your speaker is easy, take a (D) cell battery and a couple of wires and connect the wires to the speaker, you should hear a click if the speaker is working properly. Good Luck