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Username Post: hhr audio problems        (Topic#308956)
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03-04-14 10:25 AM - Post#2432607    

My speakers work intermittently. Whats the problem? I had to replace rotors and pads due to severe warping of rotors. Replaced with drilled and slotted rotors and ceramic pads, brakes real nice it should knock down the heat generated from braking.


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03-06-14 07:20 AM - Post#2433265    
    In response to tydeke67

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Since it's more than one, I'd check the connection at the rear of the amp. Not familiar with what kind of unit is in these vehicles, but check to make sure it's clean and snug.

Another odd thing might be the volume knob unless it's totally touch or button controlled. Many don't have knobs. Today's volume knobs may be as suspect as the old open back rheostats that were subject to dust accumulation and failure from vibration. Newer ones are at risk of failure due to the push for reduced manufacturing costs by using smaller coil wires.

If it was only one, I'd be suspicious of that one speaker.

Some systems have separate amplifiers at each speaker.



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