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Old 03-23-2006, 07:31 PM   #1
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On occasions when I am driving, and I have my stereo turned up my speakers will cut out and get very quiet and sound horrible like they've blown, then go back to normal and fluctuate from bad to good, I've checked the connections and they are fine so I dunno what the problem could be.
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I had the same problem with my rear speakers shorting out.....it was actually the wire between the HU and the rear speakers.....I just disconnected the rear speakers from the HU directly (but I am using aftermarket now...so not too sure if this iis the same issue or not)
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I had the same problem with my rear speakers shorting out.....it was actually the wire between the HU and the rear speakers.....I just disconnected the rear speakers from the HU directly (but I am using aftermarket now...so not too sure if this iis the same issue or not)
what is the HU?

I have aftermarket speakers, but I installed them myself.
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what is the HU?
Short for Head Unit.
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what is the HU?
Short for Head Unit.
ah, ok.

yeah, getting to my HU will be a pain.
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