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.
Doesn't have one. Mine was behind the glove box. Replaced it no problem.
its may be due to a front in alignment. I have a 2003 durango and that was my problem
with some well measured cutting and drilling its no problem. just watch your depth. check out this site it will help you ALOT www.therangerstation.com
The fuel filter is part of the fuel pump assembly, located in the fuel tank. It cannot be removed or cleaned. It is also most likely NOT the cause of your problem, whatever it is.
My oil light just came on in my 2004 Dodge Durango. I am taking it to the shop today, but from the link below: http://www.carcomplaints.com/Dodge/Durango/2004/engine/engine_failure_due_to_oil_sludge.shtml I'm worried. Sounds like it could be a "sludge problem"...
It could be a loose connection, it could be a problem with the speakers, or it could be a problem with the head unit.
If it isn't starting you have another problem.
AnswerThe 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 replaced both door speakers and still have the same problem. I can only believe it is the sound processor. Hope this helps.
The Grand Prix could have a wiring problem. Check the wires to the back speakers for any loose connections or shorts. If the wiring is on then the stereo probably has an internal problem.
I had this problem with my 99 durango (5.9 L engine). I replaced the PCM which helped, but the problem wasn't solved until I installed new spark plugs. Runs like a top now!
May be a bad flasher
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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.
The radio is fused Not the speakers. If you have a problem then the radio is the culprit.
Electric throttle control problem
may have some technical problem inside it
No, they will not fit. It is a clearance problem when turning the wheel from stop to stop.
po320 indicates acrankshaft position sensor problem should probably be replaced
you can fit 22's no problem I have 24's on my 02
Stop cutting trees
yes the alternator can generate noise or whine in the speakers.
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 to the back speakers then its a wiring problem but if the problem is still on the front then its probably the speaker is at fault the beat way to do that test would be to actually move the speakers temporarily rather than moving the wiring
No, cutting yourself indicates a problem that needs to be resolved. You should seek help to resolve whatever those problems are.
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.