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DaJaguars2004
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DaJaguars2004 Aug 15, 4:35pm - #249860 

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Audio Help Please!

Ok a couple days ago i was drivin and i turned on my cd player and i dont know what the hell happened but i think i blew my rear speakers...now when i used to turn it on my front speakers would just start with static and the static would keep on getting louder..and now...my cd player wont even turn on. I put in my stock one and still doesnt turn on. Im getting a 7 inch screen with a dvd/cd/mp3/tv player on tuesday. Is there anyway i can fix this problem? any help would be great. Thank. and by the way... I heard all i have to do is replace my rear speakers because some electrical inbalance or somethin is causin all the static. but i still dont understand why my cd players wont turn on
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Haulin_A_Doo
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Haulin_A_Doo Aug 15, 4:38pm - #249861 
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That doesn't sound good. Take it to a shop where they know their stuff.
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MothTRD
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MothTRD Aug 15, 4:42pm - #249862 

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yea try an audio shop
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biotoxzen
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biotoxzen Aug 15, 5:35pm - #249863 

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I'd say check your fuses. Usually its something simple and you get to 30$+ for some fool to replace it in a stereo shop.

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Sancho
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Sancho Aug 15, 5:40pm - #249864 

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Take to a professional. He/She is probably going to tell you that the wiring needs to be replaced, if neither player works.

If it were just an electrical imbalance, it would have happened either the second you bought your car or if you modified your stereo with an aftermarket. Otherwise, it just doesn't happen on its own. You can try resetting your ECU and see if that does any help. idunno

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