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right front speakers not working

Discussion in 'Interior / Audio / Electronics' started by michael_antoi, Nov 23, 2004.



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  1. michael_antoi

    michael_antoi New Member 5+ Year Member 10+ Year Member

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    recently bought my honda civic hatch 94 and the right front speakers aren't working....

    i swapped the speakers and both speakers are working fine, must be the wiring or something on the right hand side

    pulled out the head unit and the wiring at the back seems fine to me.......but then again i dont know much about audio

    i tried replacing the wiring behind the speaker and i still have no luck getting them to work

    anyone have any other suggestions?
     
  2. Svr_Civic

    Svr_Civic dont try, dont fail Registered VIP 5+ Year Member 10+ Year Member

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    check the watts to see if the wires are getting any juice...theres a thing u can use to check like for 10-15 bucks at walmart or w/e...i dunno what its called...but its used tooooooo check watts or w/e....
     
  3. michael_antoi

    michael_antoi New Member 5+ Year Member 10+ Year Member

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    not sure if u mean a multimeter?
     
  4. Spencey

    Spencey New Member Registered VIP 5+ Year Member 10+ Year Member

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    you don't need to check watts, just check AC voltage to make sure you're getting power, I'd take and check to make sure your speakers are reading the proper impedience. If you don't have this, you can at least check continuity using a 9 volt battery across the terminals to make sure the speaker moves, meaning you have no broken connections within the speaker. If it doesn't move, you need a new speaker.
     


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