My back speakers started cutting in and out then after a few days of that they both went out does this sound like an amp problem and if so can someone tell you where the amp is located on a 99 durango?
sound,s more like a speaker connection problem. than your amp. check your speaker connections first. to make sure they are plugged in all the way. and fit tight on the speaker. it they are . and it is still cutting out. you may need to trace the speaker wires. and see if they are getting pinched in the door jam. that is a usual culpret for speakers cutting out.
Oil light came on your 2004 durango oil level and motor sounds same as always do you think it could be your sending unit and where is it located?
1992 Chrysler Town and Country with the Inifinity Sound System The amplifier going to the rear speakers is bad Where is it located and can it be replaced?
Answer The amplifier on Infinity Speakers were integril to each speaker. Relpace the speaker with OEM (new or used) and enjoy the best factory sound around. There is the possibility that the sound processor is failing. It is located under the dash on the drivers side on my '93 T&C. May be different on a '92 but should be the same. I have the same problem with the front door speakers on mine. I have…
There are two possible solutions to this problem. The first solution is that the cord that connects into the iPod Touch isn't securely in it, causing the speakers not to distribute any sound. The second possible solution is that the speakers just may have an internal problem, causing the speakers not to work.
2000 Nissan maxima non Bose radio distortion at low volume with crackle and static at medium volume. Happened with factory radio and newly installed Alpine radio. Front speakers crackle and distort?
it could be as easy as swapping the wires on your speaker to reverse the polarity also there should be proper speaker wire used for wiring speakers but if they are factory fitted this should not be a problem also check your speakers for any sign of damage what you could do as a test is to swap the wiring for the front speakers with the wiring for the rear speakers if the problem moves…
After spending a couple of hours on this, I found the answer 10 minutes after posting the question... The problem was that the "A" and "B" speaker selections control the front speakers only. The surround sound speakers are always on, regardless of which set of speakers is selected. The answer to the problem was to set the receiver in "direct stereo" mode so that the surrouund sound stuff was taken out of the loop.