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.
Well mostly it depends on the peak wattage of your stereo, if you have a higher wattage stereo I would go with speakers that could handle your stereos watts or they will distort.
Has it always been like this or not? If it is, then it is not really a problem. It is how the stereo was installed. An stereo can be installed to be turned on whether the engine is on or off. If the stereo cannot be turned off at all, then you have a problem with your stereo.
It could be a loose connection, it could be a problem with the speakers, or it could be a problem with the head unit.
yes you can I bought computer speakers from logitech and they came with an adapter so i could use them on my tv
According to this site www.fluance.com/ they have reasonable price on all stereo speakers. Please do go there and check out their specials in case you might find one you like to buy. Good luck.
Yes - you can use them. But you will not get the sound quality that you will out of matched speakers. Also, you could blow the speakers if you try to "crank it up".
Harmon Kardon car stereo speakers can most likely be found at most electronics stores. One place that may have them cheaper would be Amazon. People could also look for used speakers.
yes you can do this. Is it logical...no not at all(probably a lot more trouble than it is worth), but you could do it if you really wanted to
Yes. Any electronic drum set can be connected to a standard stereo amplifier although it is not recommended. Standard speakers are not designed for electronic drums and they could damage your speakers if the volume and/or bass is set too high.
Check to see if the Neon stereo lights come on. If the radio lights up then there could be an internal problem or a problem with an external amplifier.
Speaker selectors allow you to have more control over a stereo. It allows for individual control between multiple speakers or creating zones where you could have just 2 speakers playing or 2 other speakers playing at a time.
You need more than just speakers. A Stereo System's Aux input might work to jury rig something that you can plug the Audio output from the PS3 and play the sound through your stereo. You could also try a Home theater system. A Sony PS3 stereo headphones set will allow you to hear the sound and also has a mic
possibly check for a blown fuse , otherwise it could be a bad problem
Could be anything, give me a hint.
depends on if its your CD/casset player, or it could be your speakers that are blown try putting a aftermarket CD player in with a wiring kit if that doesn't work replace the speakers but check your fuse first
the fuse is blown. they are on the same fuse
Some cordless speakers transmitters are better than others, just bring them out far enough until you could hear hissing and then cut that back a bit.
Could be many reasons, you could have poorly shielded cables which are picking up something from another device, you can have something in your power lines that carry over through the receiver, you could have poor speakers.To source the problem you need to do a series of tests- easiest way is to take the speakers somewhere else and try them out, if they have the same problem then it's the speakers, if not try unplugging your phones, switching the power outlet you use, or upgrading to thicker cable.
I'm getting a rattling sound, too. But my problem is in my speakers. I'd have to guess you either need new speakers, or your problem could be in the hatch door. A friend of mine had that problem. His hatch window was loose or something, and that rattled, and eventually leaked. Hope that helped.
Think you need to expand on what you wish to do.Corsa's already have at least a base and a treble speaker in each front door for the standard fit stereo. Most extra speakers are put into the rear parcel shelf,or a ready made "custom" shelf is fitted with speakers already fitted.You generally need an upgrade on the stereo to drive these usually powerful extra's. *Some Corsa's also have speakers in the side panels of the "boot".These could be used to upgrade one without them.
no because there not enough, yes because you could put four in then take them out and put the other four in.
Hello There is no fuse that controls the radio speakers that i know about. You need to check the speakers first they could be blown. To do this use a 9 volt battery to check the speakers. First locate the wires going to one speaker and use the battery to check them. put one wire on one speaker lead and the other on the other lead if the speaker moves then its good if not then its bad. Repeat this process for all speakers. sounds like you have a radio problem i would highly recomend checking it out first. good luck joe
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
There are quite a few relays and solenoids that are activated when an engine is turned on. Some of them make noise.