Random drivers side speakers cut out on bumps

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  1. 96laseredcobra

    96laseredcobra Well-Known Member

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    As stated when i hit certain bumps my side if the music cuts out. Any ideas as for a fix? Mach 460 btw

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    avoid certain bumps. No need to thank me.
















    But in all seriousness, is it completely stock?
     
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    All except head unit

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    Wonder if the wires are jostling loose or if the speakers are finally crapping out
     
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    Oh wow........ [MENTION=11896]ttocs[/MENTION] pretty much nailed it!!!! Lol

    For the not so fun answer, it could be anything from a wire shorting out to even the speaker is just going bad. Is it front and back speakers going out or just one specific??

    Pull out your headunit and turn it on. While it's on and in your hands jiggle the harness around and see if it happens. Lots of times the crimp connectors places use don't hold so well

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    yup as logan said start anywhere that either you, or someone else has done any aftermarket installations starting at the deck. As he said if you get all technical jiggling and such it probably will not take long to find the bad connections. Take a pic if of whats back there if you want further help.

    I still say just to avoid the bumps. Think of it more like a slalom on a road course and it will just be more fun.
     
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    Thanks fellas ill look in the next two days while I'm off

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    Sounds like a loose connection

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    I still think its just bumpy roads and that he just is not taking the slalom seriously...
     
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    But he can only properly do the slalom if he has a good set of ski goggles, without he will surely fail!!!!!


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