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    Feedback In rear right door speaker

    Hello I have a 2003 toyota avalon, I have installed a JVC aersonal jvc kw adv793 in dash dvd player 2, 6.5 in alpine type S door speakers in the front doors and the stock jbl speakers in the rear.
    Today I turned on my vehicle and everything was fine then two hours I got back in and noticed a lot of feedback (sounding kind of like engine noise) coming from the passenger rear door speaker.

    Could this be a wiring issue or something different? any info would be appreciated
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    Re: Feedback In rear right door speaker

    Likely a wiring issue, like in the connections at the speaker.



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    Re: Feedback In rear right door speaker

    Sounds like a speaker lead, or even the terminal itself, is touching chassis ground. It's most likely to happen right at the speaker itself so take it out and have a look to see if the spade connectors you used are rubbing on the metal of the speaker opening.




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