How to fix a shifted motor?
I bought 4 sundown e 12s and I have them installed in a 02 Silverado. They are all D4s, wired at 0.5 ohm. I was playing them and one rattled really loud and froze. I looked as if the coil had been welded to the motor and was seized up. I cut the soft parts out and the coil was perfectly fine. I looked closely at the inside of the motor and the gap was not even all the way around. It was like the slug in the center had shifted over and it will not move back. How do I fix this, who can fix this, and how does this happen? Any info would be helpful. Thanks.
Slammed 98 Honda Civic
Sub Stage : Custom SPL Audio Treo CSX 15
Sub Amp : American Bass 500.1 Coming SOON!! MB Quart DSC1500 for now
Highs/mids : Sundown Audio SA-6.5sc
Highs/mids Amp : Sundown Audio SAX125.2 x2
Headunit : Eclipse CD7200 mkii Copper Chassis Active HU
Bought From : nateberrier , thegreatestpenn , Boomsday , Jess 42 , woofercooker , SpringfieldOhio , ez2hotwire
Sold To : GAMEOVERCCA , BlactimusCrime , Pheonix Risen , Jdawg90
Traded With : Ge_off_me , Flastrongman