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    help left front component speakers keep cutting out

    I just got a new system install and i am having problems with the left front speakers the left speaker will stop playing for about a minute or two while everything else plays right speaker plays the sub and the rear deck plays.I think the installer wired something up wrong could the left component speaker be out of phase or could it be a bad wiring job or bad wire.the first time they checked it they had the left and right channels on the front speakers reversed.They switch them around and i was told this should fix the problem.The problem still exsist and i will take my car back again tommorrow.Anyone have a suggestion to fix this problem.Everything is brand new in my setup







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    Re: help left front component speakers keep cutting out

    wire disconnecting . Bad wire




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    Re: help left front component speakers keep cutting out

    you likely have a wire that is intermittently grounding out on the door metal, causeing a short and no sound



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    Re: help left front component speakers keep cutting out

    Quote Originally Posted by bikejunkie223
    you likely have a wire that is intermittently grounding out on the door metal, causeing a short and no sound




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