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Old 04 Mar 2011, 08:16 pm
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Default Why are my front speakers in my 07 Honda Civic are not working?

I know my speakers are not busted. Somedays they work, or only one side works. What could be my problem?? I got in a little wreck I thought that might have something to do with it... Can anyone help?
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Old 04 Mar 2011, 08:31 pm
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Most likely you have a loose wire in their or you have wires that are touch on speakers if the two wires that go from the radio to the speaker touch the speaker wont play at all, if one of the wires has a loose connection then it wont work. You need to pull the door panels off and check the wiring pull out the radio check the wires back there. is it a stock radio or after market.































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Old 04 Mar 2011, 08:46 pm
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I highly suspect that you've a loose wire going to your stereo especially if someone has wired in a aftermarket stereo.Also if the stereo output circuits are starting to go on it that can cause speakers to work off and on.One thing then can also cause it is a dirty switch , also the next time say one front speaker or both go out turn the volume up quickly see if suddenly the sound seems to kick in , if so the stereo outputs are probably going on it. Otherwise if no affect from the vol control try tapping the dash area where the stereo is , if suddenly you've sound it's probably a speaker or negative wire that is loose behind the stereo.































If the car did suddenly jerk hard due to a sudden stop etc and especially if the stereo is aftermarket I'd say it's in the wiring going to it.If you got hit etc by the doors this might cause a speak wiring issue either going to the door or inside the door.Now if you've aftermarket speakers installed then I could say there's a much higher chance that one of the speaker plugs is loose.You'd think though if a loose speaker wire in the door that when you close them or tap them etc that would affect how they'd work.















































Hope that helps and best of luck.By the way I can't tell you how many times I've seen stereos connected up poorly not just loose connections but wires that are totally connected up wrong and criss crossed circuits.
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Old 04 Mar 2011, 09:01 pm
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I had the same problem on mine and found the speakers had died. It is a common problem on the newer civics what usually happens is the speaker gets wet. I've enclosed the link so you can see and that is what happened to mine so I need to replace the front speakers. I checked them and they where dead.































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