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Old 10-31-2011, 12:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Audio Problem (Monsoon): Passenger Side Speakers Change with Hard Bumps

Just like the title says, sometimes when I hit a bump driving the car the right side audio goes almost all the way out, and most of the sound is replaced with a crinkling noise like that of paper being wadded up. When I hit another bump hard enough, it will all revert back on like nothing happened. I don't think the speakers are going out, as the sound is excellent as usual when I hit the bump that "fixes" it.

What gives? I would love any input before I start pulling the interior apart to reach these speakers!

Thanks for any help.
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My guess is that it is not the speakers but the radio itself.. OR I suspect "some type of connection problem" for example corrosion someplace...

reproducing the problem should be interesting I would venture a guess..
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Searching out mechanical intermittents typically is a matter of “isolation”.

Beat on each components location and try to replicate the drop outs. One good thing, the head, power amp and speakers are all in separate areas. – Happy hunting.
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Just curious to see if you ever figured out the problem
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Still going on during REALLY cold days. It is so rare and random.
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