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Old 08-16-2010, 11:43 PM   #1
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I have a problem with my left front door speaker not working in my 92 olds 88 I tried plugging the speaker into the right side so i know that it works but the wire on the left front door going to the speaker looks fine and I pulled the head unit and the LF speaker wire there looks fine. Any suggestions in fixing my problem.
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replace the speaker/trace the wire for a short/check for corrosion in connections simple stuff like that maybe
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take a look at your wire loom for your LF door..its possible that you might have a loose,pinched wire..in there or maybe even an exposed one
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The best way to do it would be to run the RCA to the new amp and remove the door panels and run speaker wire from each channel right to the speakers, but since you wanna do it the easy way - Take out your head unit. From the aftermarket harness that connects to your stock harness, clip the speaker wires (These wires are not going to be connected back to your head unit).
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The best way to do it would be to run the RCA to the new amp and remove the door panels and run speaker wire from each channel right to the speakers, but since you wanna do it the easy way - Take out your head unit. From the aftermarket harness that connects to your stock harness, clip the speaker wires (These wires are not going to be connected back to your head unit).
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