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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-05-2012 Thread Starter
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Front Speakers Cutting Out?

So I have a 2008 GT Premium with the factory navigation/radio. Ok, all has been good until the other day when the front speakers just randomly cut out. Not the 8" door subs but the 5x7's. If I fade to the rear I still have the door subs. Both front speakers cut out at the same time so I don't think it is a speaker issue. I wonder if it is the front output on the radio? Any ideas?

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-05-2012
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I had the same problem in my 1999 Expedition. I think the wiring runs through the door hinge area, and after lots of door openings / closings the wire gets a bit worn out. It's probably an OPEN (if it was a short, the radio fuse would blow).

I just left it alone on my 1999 Expedition, but I can understand why you would want it fixed on your 2008... Might be more money than it's worth though...

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Thanks. If its just a wire I can fix that. I was concerned about it being the head unit since both front speakers go out at the same time.
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