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    HELP! back left speaker doesnt work?!/

    I have changed 2 of four speakers to pioner ones but
    The back left hand side stock speaker doesnt work.

    I have tested the new speakers and they work on the other doors so its not the speakers themselves. just the back left hand side.

    Now would it be because of not connecting the drivers side speaker up? or a electrical problem?


    Any help would be appreciated
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    You'll have top check continuity on the speaker wire..
    .. ensure you're getting output from the HU to that speaker, at the HU before checking the speaker wire from HU to speaker..

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    Make Sure All The Speakers Are Wired Up Properly,check The Terminal And Make Sure You Clean It Then Try It. If That Dont Work Try Bridging Another Wire From The Original Terminal Into The Speaker And See If That Works

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    May have blown it up mate?

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    like i said the speakers work... they have not blown... there seems to be no feed to the speaker cables on the left hand back seat speaker
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    i had the same problem once it was the big block connector that goes into the back of the radio i had to get another one from a scrap yard and wire it in to mine

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    if i change the head unit to after market will this problem be corrected?
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    Not if you have a broken wire somewhere
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    Have you checked that the wires between Head Unit and speaker are complete without breaks?

    Use a multimeter for continuity test, and put one end on the + speaker cable at speaker end, the other on the same wire on the block that connects to the head unit.....

    Don't know why we give advice sometimes !!

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    If it's a 5 door then check where it goes into the door through the rubber grommet
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