Car Stereo Repair
By Terje Ellingsen
Have you ever experienced problems with getting your car speakers to work? Since I think many of us car owners have experienced this problem, I will provide this description of how to diagnose the problem of silent speakers and also give you some hints on how to fix it. Whether you are familiar with car stereo repair or not, this might help you. If it doesn't, contact a dealer who can do an auto stereo repair or search for vehicle stereo repair help online. If your stereo speakers don't work, then try
- checking the speakers to see if they are disconnected
- checking all fuses that are related to the auto speakers
- tightening the butt connectors to the speakers
- replacing all or some of the butt connectors
If your speakers are still not working, I recommend that you test the auto speakers that don't work directly:
This speaker direct test has two possible results: Either the speaker is not able to make sound or it is. If the first is the case, your speaker are dead and you must replace it. If the latter is the case, you should
- run new speaker wires and rewire
- perform the 'popper' tests to get the polarity correct as described above
Now, if this problem still persists you can at least rest assure that the reason is not your speaker. The reason is probably one of the following: Either it is caused by
- problems in the deck itself or
- the connections from the deck.
In this case I recommend that you contact a vehicle stereo repair shop or do a search online to get information about how to fix these problems.
Terje Brooks Ellingsen is a writer and internet publisher. He runs the website cheap-used-cars.w-eland.com. Terje gives advice and helps people with automotive issues like car repair and online car auctions.
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