i'm thinking the speakers aren't wired right, how would i wire them ? Then they may not work :cool: NWFD2207-11-2011, 06:43 PMThose rubber coated splicers can slip and move when you push everything back in. Moppie07-11-2011, 06:09 PMyes i have checked the fader on the stereo, all the way to the rear, and i get no sound, 0 balance and its all in the front. dont know about an amp, possibly. Source
Could also be something simple like a wire is grounding when you push the head unit back in. Turn on the stereo system. We welcome your comments and suggestions. Popular Articles Automotive Car Amplifiers Car Amplifiers Automotive Car Speakers and Subwoofers Car Speakers and Subwoofers Automotive Car Audio Car Audio Auto Maintenance & Care How to Disconnect a Car
Would also be worth checking the ohms on the factory speakers, and if they are in the range of the new head unit. You have to make sure that your actual connections are like in the diagram and that no other connections exist elsewhere that you can't see. « Previous Thread | Next Thread In our case the working channel is the right so plug the right RCA cable from the amplifier into the left side of the crossover. joe durkham Silver MemberUsername: Joe1234Post Number: 692Registered: May-09 Posted on Monday, October 17, 2011 - 02:55 GMTYes, that should be the one unless that was not a stock antenna.
If the right channel continues to work then you know the problem is in the RCA cables between the amp and the crossover. yes i have checked the fader on the stereo, all the way to the rear, and i get no sound, 0 balance and its all in the front. The second way to do it would to set the rear channel as sub on the HU and run 2 RCA one of which will go to the 4 channel and One Car Speaker Not Working The assumption was that it was a bad speaker and he wanted to know how to test it.
well maybe ill try taking it back out and wrapping all connections, was a quick job with rubber coated splicers, so grounding out could possibly be an issue. Only One Speaker Works In My Car joe durkham Silver MemberUsername: Joe1234Post Number: 680Registered: May-09 Posted on Saturday, October 15, 2011 - 15:58 GMTTry to connect both amp wires to the same chassis spot if you can, if Begin by testing the RCA cables between the intermediate component and the amplifier. Topics range from basic system installation (head units, amplifiers, speakers, etc.) and mobile security (car alarms and remote start) to subwoofer box design and fiberglass fabrication.
If it turns out to be the way I wired the speakers(which I don't exactly remember) I will probably have to rewire then anyways since I am considering a 5 channel would this adapter be what I need in order to make it fit? Car Rear Speakers No Sound Testing for an Amplifier Problem Now we'll need to see if the amplifier channel is bad. Why Wont My Rear Speakers Work In My Car Turn on the stereo system.
If the problem was traveling through the left side of the stereo system then it would have shown up in the right amplifier channel when the cables were switched. http://jetpackshield.com/not-working/right-speaker-not-working-on-pc.html and yes there are 5 channel amps, pretty expensive usually like this: http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_12415_Alpine-PDX-5.html You can surely do better with a 4 channel plus 1 monoblock, neat carries a high price tag. NWFD2207-11-2011, 05:55 PMHave you checked the fader on the stereo? The car doesn't have a factory fitted Amp does it? Car Stereo Speakers Not Working
Turn on the stereo system. Automotive Network, Inc., Copyright ©2016 Forum Search Like Tweet Home > Forum > Car Audio Forum > Car Speakers Forum > No sound from rear speakers howie feltersnatch Silver MemberUsername: GoonPost At this point we'll need to remove the speaker from the door and test it on the amplifier using short lengths of speaker wire. have a peek here Options: Enable HTML code in message Submit: Facebook Tweet Car Audio Forums Car Accessories Forum Car Amplifiers Forum Car Disc Changers Forum Car EQ & Crossovers Forum Car Multimedia Forum
I've had this happen before, a bit of the under dash frame was interfering with a connection, prising it apart and grounding the speakers. Front Car Speakers Not Working but there are many options out there.. If you have the Monsoon or Bose system it does have the factory amp and you will have to bypass the amp or run new wires to the rear speakers to
howie feltersnatch Silver MemberUsername: GoonPost Number: 397Registered: Feb-05 Posted on Sunday, October 16, 2011 - 21:57 GMTI know this is getting away from speakers but, when I replaced the factory HU If the right speaker works then you know the problem is not the head unit. However, when i fade to just the rear speakers i get no sound from the rear. How Do I Know If My Car Speakers Are Blown If the speaker has a passive crossover between the amplifier and the speaker this could also be the problem.
i'm thinking using a y-split for all 4 to the 4 channel, then the sub from the HU to the sub amp. TDWPgtp07-12-2011, 10:17 PMif he had a factory amp, then none of his speakers would be working... howie feltersnatch Silver MemberUsername: GoonPost Number: 389Registered: Feb-05 Posted on Tuesday, October 11, 2011 - 21:09 GMTthe only concern is that the speakers are rated for higher than the HU will http://jetpackshield.com/not-working/right-pc-speaker-not-working.html You also need to make sure that the wires are able to accommodate the entire power supply needed to operate the speakers.
Turn the stereo off and put the RCA cables back to their original configuration (left cable to left amplifier input and vice versa). joe durkham Silver MemberUsername: Joe1234Post Number: 652Registered: May-09 Posted on Tuesday, October 11, 2011 - 23:34 GMTI an still missing something on your original issue, you just can't fader and balance Whether you are interested in audiophile-level quality or just want to listen to your favorite tunes on your daily commute, these tips can help you keep the music playing in your There should be no output because the left RCA cable between the head unit and the next component is faulty.
One common symptom of loose or faulty connections is that the speaker will occasionally work, cutting out from time to time, or that they will not work at all. 2.