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Car speaker crackles because of dust or loose metal debris getting into the magnet structure. Just try pushing the cone of the speaker down with your finger if you hear scraping sound you have magnetic debris in your voice coil gap. Is is very difficult to get this out because your speaker magnet is very powerful. But all the same try blowing air with a vacuum cleaner , might dislodge the particle if you are lucky.

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