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Old 01-27-2006, 15:49   #1 (permalink)
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Rear speakers suddenly dont work!

I have a 94 Ford Fairmont Ghia with the premium sound system. All was going fine until suddenly the two rear 6 inch speakers and the sub stopped working.

The front speakers still work fine. I was going to pull out the header unit to see if a wire might have come loose but soon found out that there are special screws holding it in. Is it a blown amp though?

I recently replaced the two rear six inch speakers with new ones, not original ford parts. Could this have caused the problem?

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I have a 94 Ford Fairmont Ghia with the premium sound system. All was going fine until suddenly the two rear 6 inch speakers and the sub stopped working.

The front speakers still work fine. I was going to pull out the header unit to see if a wire might have come loose but soon found out that there are special screws holding it in. Is it a blown amp though?

I recently replaced the two rear six inch speakers with new ones, not original ford parts. Could this have caused the problem?

Thanks for any help,

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check ur wiring, and if thats ok, it may be the amp. check both of those. u may just have a dud wire. and what guage wire did u use? it may not be strong enough for the power it handles.
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Yeah I'll have to check the wiring. The wiring is all standard except the new speakers but that wiring came with them so it should be fine. I have a bad feeling it's the amp.

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ok then its the amp, or just a dud wire. i was thinkin that u may have used 4-guage wire on a 8,10, or 12-guage system. if they came with the speakers they should be fine, so check out the amp first. if its not the amp, then go for the wires.
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