[V8] Sound from only one speaker?
ingo.rautenberg at gmail.com
Wed Mar 14 21:27:30 EDT 2007
Ha! Team Bose.
One bad (non-functioning door speaker) and mit two unplugged rears
which where howling like crazy when I literally pulled the plugs on
On Mar 14, 2007, at 7:35 PM, Tim Hollister wrote:
> The head unit is tested good it's out of my car, he just got it
> from me. He probably is on the
> right track replacing the amps. I dont think I have seen a single
> v8 yet that didn't need at least
> one amp.
> door panels are ALOT easier than they look, just dont forget the
> extra screw behind the door
> handle -- I always seem to forget it.
> --- d saad <dsaad at icehouse.net> wrote:
>> You would have to test the outputs of the head unit - and the best
>> way to
>> do that is to plug in a working amp. It could be done on a bench
>> if you
>> really need to, but probably more work than needed - and cost if
>> you have
>> to bring it to a stereo shop.
>> The door panels have to come all
>> the way off. Not a big deal though.
>> I will probably miss something,
>> but first with a 4mm allen, loosen (a lot - but do not remove)
>> three screws in the arm rest and pull it off.
>> remove the trim plate
>> for the door handle and screw behind it, and remove the door handle -
>> requires carefully removing the cable.
>> Remove two more screws around
>> the edges of the door panel.
>> If I remembered it all, you can now
>> carefully pry the panel away from the door from the lower edge and
>> lift it up and off.
>> I use a big flat blade screwdriver, being careful
>> not to scratch the paint and pry right each plastic pin so you do not
>> break them or the door panel. Just work slowly.
>> It will
>> be evident what needs to be done with the speaker.
>>> Well I'm very excited to get my
>> radio going, but I only have sound comming
>>> from one speaker, the
>> one in which I replaced the amp. That makes me
>> positive the rest of the amps are shot, but could it be something
>>> counting on replacing the other 3 amps, since that's
>> probably the
>>> case....does anypne have instructions for removing
>> the front door panels?
>>> I have to take them off all
>> the way, or just enough to get to the amp? I
>>> know there's
>> probably a mess of wires inside due to power windows and
>>> and such, so are they easy to get back on?
>>> Thanks in advance!
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