Why are the speakers on my Blazer LS not working?
The rear speakers in my 2000 Blazer LS have stopped working. There are no cut wires. (Factory stereo.) I have tried changing the speakers. And I found out today that another persons rear speakers are not working on their… The rear speakers in my 2000 Blazer LS have stopped working. There are no cut wires.
Why are my car speakers not working properly?
If your head unit turns on just fine, but you don’t get any sound from the speakers, it’s easy to jump to the conclusion that the speakers are the problem. However, the fact that the head unit is turning on doesn’t mean it’s working properly. Before you do anything else, you’ll want to:
How can I tell if my car speakers are blown out?
The surest way to test whether car speakers are blown out is to disconnect the speaker and check for continuity. If there isn’t any continuity between the speaker terminals, that usually means it’s blown.
Why are the rear channels of my speakers dying?
If your current speakers have been verified good (it’s easy enough to attach them to some other audio source to see if sound is produced), the rear channels for the amp in the head unit have probably died. Blue_Blazer July 6, 2016, 3:43am #4
Why is my drivers side door speaker not working?
For the longest time the drivers side door speaker audio was not working and I had assumed that it had gone out. Then by coincidence I happed to notice the following set of unusual electrical quirks as it peratined to the speaker and the apparent intermittent problem of coming on at extremely low volume.
Why does my LH driver speaker not work?
Sometimes by left turnsignal will go crazy, sounds like it is getting ready to blow up. When it does this, the actual signal does not work. I have found that it happens when the bulb gets wet or is lose. These trucks need to have major work done to them. What a disapointment!! I have the same problem with my LH Driver speaker not working.
When does the speaker come on in the car?
The strange thing is that when all the above do work, the speaker comes on and works just fine. The only distinct correlation I’ve found when everything is working properly is that on summer days when the outside tempurature is 90 degrees or above or the car sets long enough in the heat everything works as it should.