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Old 02-11-2011, 04:27 PM   #1
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Speakers on right side of car not working

I did a search and couldn't find anything so here goes. I noticed my audio sounded funny the other day so I did some basic tests (isolating front, back, left, and right speakers) and found that all of the speakers on the right side of the car don't work. That includes the tweeter and front door and backseat speakers.

Anybody have any ideas what this could be? Blown fuse? I haven't done anything to the stock system.
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Old 02-11-2011, 04:29 PM   #2
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type s or base?

could be bad amp or radio if type s

bad radio if its a base.
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Old 02-13-2011, 09:57 PM   #3
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I had the same problem, and it turned out to be a bad head unit. It went away when i got a new one.
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Old 02-14-2011, 08:38 AM   #4
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As noted already it is either Amp or HU in a type S or radio in a base. fuses have nothing to do with a channel of audio being on or off
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Sorry to thread-jack but I didn't want to create a new thread for a similar problem. I've had my setup for 2 years now, but recently both my front speakers (alpine components) keep going on and off when I hit bumps or make sharp turns.... Before I rip off the car panels to check wirings, what else could it be?

I have a 1000w 4 channel amp thats connected to the 2 front components and a sub. the rear speakers are connected via factory wiring and wired into the HU. (Rear speakers are working fine). Problem with amp or wiring on component getting loose?
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Sorry to thread-jack but I didn't want to create a new thread for a similar problem. I've had my setup for 2 years now, but recently both my front speakers (alpine components) keep going on and off when I hit bumps or make sharp turns.... Before I rip off the car panels to check wirings, what else could it be?

I have a 1000w 4 channel amp thats connected to the 2 front components and a sub. the rear speakers are connected via factory wiring and wired into the HU. (Rear speakers are working fine). Problem with amp or wiring on component getting loose?
Does the sub turn off as well or just the front comps. If the sub goes off as well power wiring to the amp needs to be checked as it could be loose otherwise I would check for loose RCA's
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Does the sub turn off as well or just the front comps. If the sub goes off as well power wiring to the amp needs to be checked as it could be loose otherwise I would check for loose RCA's
I havent noticed the sub turning on and off, the RCAs are fine on the amp, but I haven't checked behind the HU. I'll do that and see if it helps. Do you think the wires on the components could loosen over time?
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Sigh. I must post what happened because what I did was so tarded.

I have a tape deck adapter for my XM radio. I was listening to music on my phone so I moved the jack from the XM unit to the phone and then back again when I was done. Apparently when I put the jack into the radio I put it in only halfway hence receiving only one of the channels of audio.

So this is how I'm punishing myself for being stupid. By posting it for the world to see!
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Sorry to thread-jack but I didn't want to create a new thread for a similar problem. I've had my setup for 2 years now, but recently both my front speakers (alpine components) keep going on and off when I hit bumps or make sharp turns.... Before I rip off the car panels to check wirings, what else could it be?

I have a 1000w 4 channel amp thats connected to the 2 front components and a sub. the rear speakers are connected via factory wiring and wired into the HU. (Rear speakers are working fine). Problem with amp or wiring on component getting loose?
You may have a speaker grounding out on the metal of the door.
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