Your speakers prolly broke. I had to replace mine after it was around 8 years old. It just happens. Take the door panels off, and it should only be a few bolts to take out the old speakers, then just cut the wires and splice them back together on your new speakers, set your speakers in the brackets and screw back in. And now you have speakers that work!! Hope that helps!
hook the speaker wires up to them and turn the volume up.
im afraid this is not a question, not even slightly.
Get some new ones
check to make sure the wires are good and if the speakers are good
grounded wire im guessing? make sure all the connections on speakers arnet touching the metal of your car, tey may be grounded causing no sound
A 4 channel will work for your door speakers. But the idea setup would be a 5 channel 4 for your doors. Then have 1 channel for a sub.
shoud be 6.75 in door 6.5 will work and 4x6 in rear
i dont know i dont know how to get the flare to fix the door
Is the remote's battery dead?
Speakers work by turning eletrical energy into sound. Speakers are an electromagnet that connects to a paper cone which moves the cone which moves the air. This is how speakers work.
the same way big speakers work
try to check the fuses in the dash, they usually have a couple speakers one one fuse
it don't work?
The GMC stereo has amplified rear door speakers. When wiring up the aftermarket stereo, connect the blue wire on a GM aftermarket harness to acc power and the speakers will work. I did the same thing for mine about 5 years ago. Good Luck...
I have a 1997 Dodge Neon and the Door speakers are 6 1/2 inches and the back speakers are 6x9 inches... i had to replace the door speakers because they were junk...(so i do know from experience) i replaced the 6 1/2" speakers with lightning audio speakers from walmart! they work great :) http://www.crutchfield.com/cgi-bin/autoinfo/autoinfo.asp?sl=Y&vb=Y&lp=%2fm_399%2fCar-Speakers.html%3ftp%3d12
Check your car fuses.
According to http://www.installdr.com/Harnesses/GM-Wiring.pdf the connector for the rear speakers is separate from the front speakers. If the connector for the rear speakers is loose or disconnected, the rear speakers would not work while the front ones will. The amp in the head unit (dashboard radio) powers the front door speakers. The rear door speakers and roof (pillar) speakers in the rear are powered by a second amp under the drivers seat. Either this amp is bad or is not hooked up.
i have a 1998 ford explorer Eddie baurer and my rear speakers do not work the subwoofer in the trunk is blown out but that does not explain why my back door speakers are not working i was wondering you could tell me possibly why that is
Remove the door panel. Unscrew the speakers and then install new ones. replace the door panel. Unless you are replacing them with factory speakers, you'll need adapters. Most stereo places carry universal adapters that will work just fine. You just snap off the plastic sides that you don't need until you get the right size. Also, take the door panels off first and measure the spaces. You don't want to buy speakers that have "cones" to big to fit the space. Otherwise, your door panels will push against them.
Any set of good speakers will work great with an Ipod.It's only a source.If your speakers work well with your stereo they'll be great with an Ipod.
I believe In the silverado door panel the steel mesh that surrounds the speakers should easily pop out with a flat head screw driver, then if you unscrew the four screws around the speaker you can drop them out threw the hole to work or replace them.
Yes, there are wireless speakers that will work outside. Try Audio Unlimited Wireless Speakers .
check switch on driver control panel
yes but id u dont want to waste the engery open the door