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Old 01-01-2013, 12:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hey everyone!
today i have installed a new radio receiver and speakers in my euroswift.
when i finished installing everything was fine and working perfectly.
i decided to take the old front speakers and move replace them with the rear ones.
after doing so the 4 speakers in my car gone mute and didnt play a single sound. the only sound i hear now is of a little little crackle when the car receiver is Turing on, but still no sound what so ever.
what could be the problem?
is it a burned fuse? how do i find that fuse?
thanks everyone for the help.
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Old 01-01-2013, 12:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You may have on accident pinched or damaged a wire which is shorting to ground or shorting on the other speaker wire. Most if not all aftermarket radios have protection against this and will kill all sound until the issue is resolved.

Pull out one speaker at a time and inspect the wires. If all are okay unplug one speaker at a time until the sound comes back. It could possibly be a defective speaker.
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i disconacted the rear speakers.
now what do i do with the wires of that speakers?
thanks for the reply
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Are the wires damaged? If so repair the wires by either splicing them back together or just covering the damaged area with electrical tape. If not did the audio start playing after you removed the rear speakers?
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the speakers didnt play after i removed them.
but before i installed the rear ones its was working well so i think it would be the rear ones with the issue.
but now jot to put a tape on either plus and minus on both sides will do the trick?
no need to close them so there will be and electrical loop some how?
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No don't close them together. I'm asking if the wires are damaged in some way. If the wires are shorting to ground the head unit will mute all channels in effort to prevent damage. Check along the speaker wires to see if there is a break or cut somewhere.
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ok i will. but now with the four wires of the rear which are not connected to anything what do i do with them?
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During the troubleshooting process you can just tape them off so they don't touch anything.
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hey problem solved !
the right front speaker/cables had touched and interfered with the ground
did jiggled a bit and fixed it.
thank you very very much for the help !
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