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Old 08-03-2005, 07:15 PM   #1
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About a month ago I decided to get new speakers for my '92 SE due to the fact that they were still the stock speakers. Not long after that my front and rear right speakers "blew" (or so I thought) which presented a perfect oportunity to buy new ones. While installing the rear speakers I noticed that, even though I was wiring correctly (it'* hard to go wrong) the speaker wasn't working. That got me to thinking. I'm assuming that my speakers didn't "die" and that it'* something else. I took the cover off from the passenger side foot-well and checked the fuses there but none were broken. I'm at a loss. I'd rather get some help on here before I take it to the dealership or something. I hope you can help. Any ideas are welcome.
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check your balance on your speakers?
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Do you have the stock radio installed? Delco'* are notorious for blowing a channel or two, usually on one side. If one whole side of your car went dead, i'm going to put my money on the headunit, not the speakers or wiring.
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In my old bonneville the same thing happened to me it had me stumped so i replaced my Delco with an aftermarket headunit and all was fine
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I lost the right front, and it was the stock delco unit that was the problem. New headunit, and it worked
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