So, as much background as possible:
I've been working on a full car sound deadening project with materials from Sound Deadener Showdown. This has been going on for quite some time, so the car was not driven for quite some time. I also replaced all of the wiring except RCA's with KnuKonceptz products.
The car is nearly done, all that is left is putting the door panels on, which is where I ran into issues...
Here's what I'm running for audio right now, I'll just it all:
The speakers in question: Alpine SPS-600C 2-way component
Headunit: Kenwood Excelon KDC-X395
Amp: Boston Acoustic GTA-802 80wx2
I'm running 12-gauge speaker wire from the amp to the speakers (overkill, I know), and using Stinger 2-channel 4000 series RCA cables.
So, since the car is nearly done and all that remains is to put door panels on, I've been driving it to school and other events since the door panels aren't all that necessary. All was good, the front speakers worked fine even without the tweeters hooked up, and sounded fine.
Today I decided to get the door panels on. After getting everything to close up nicely I had to go to cross country practice before actually attaching the door panels, so off they came again. Drove to practice and the speakers were working fine.
Got back from practice, ate, and went into the garage to put the door panels on. Started with the passenger side, got the tweeters connected to to the woofer with the in-line crossover and got the door panel mounted and put all the screws back in. Started the car up to move it over a bit to make working on the drivers side easier and things went down hill. The drivers side woofer sounded fine, but the passengers side woofer wasn't producing any sound, and the only noise coming from the tweeter was some crackling and fuzzy noise.
Obviously, the first thing I did was turn the car off, take the door panel off, and see if anything was wrong. Everything looked good to me, so I had no clue what was wrong. Decided to go over and just connect the drivers side tweeter and see what happened. Connected that tweeter, started the car up and the drivers side worked perfectly, alas there was no sound from the passenger side.
So, I have no clue what's going on. I checked the amp, nothing wrong there, it just seems like the passenger side decided to stop working. My apologies for the long winded explanation, I just wanted to include as much detail as possible off the top of my head. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!