all other speakers are fine. My .02 JoshuaG View Public Profile Find all threads started by JoshuaG Find all posts by JoshuaG View My Garage Add JoshuaG to Your Ignore List #6 01-29-2012, 10:37 Make sure you get a GOOD ground in the trunk. And that long, curved black piece you see at the top of the door is why. http://dragonplayer.net/no-sound/bmw-car-speakers-not-working.php
The rear of the passenger side kick panel shows that it fastens to the car the same way as the driver's side part does. If your post does not appear, or if you have any questions, please message the moderators. Just like the trunk lid loom. Loading... check my site
I would remove door panel, unhook harness, push it out of the door, repair wiring making sure to not have connections in the accordion and then push back in, reconnect. I know amps go bad and that just one or another outputs might be bad...that's where that diagram above comes in! If you are planning to replace the factory amp, then my advice is to just buy a new component setup. Left or right Sent from my SGH-T959V using Bimmer __________________ Quote: Originally Posted by dmax If she ever yells 'oh god, oh god' just say, 'no, just Doug.' A Build From
I reused the factory spade connectors but removed a bunch of excess wire I didn't want in the door, hence the extra splice. Be creative. HiTechElectronic 129,383 views 16:06 BMW Audio Does Not Work - Duration: 2:00. Car Stereo Has Power But No Sound Brinkley View Public Profile Find more threads by Brinkley Find More Posts by Brinkley Leave feedback for Brinkley (1) 11-20-2011, 05:42 PM #16 dmax Registered User Join Date:
It unplugs from the body side, so that can't be pushed into the door...and I don't think there's much play with the wires, but there may be...haven't really pursued that, but It will just blow speakers. megamanxtc 49,862 views 2:00 Fuses And Relays Location BMW 5 Series 3 Series E90 E39 528I 328I M5 M3 - Duration: 4:30. http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/f17/bmw-e36-1996-328i-no-sound-output-t135225/ Leave feedback for kroh (0) 06-03-2011, 12:43 PM #3 g6 Registered User Join Date: Aug 2010 Location: Salt Lake City Posts: 843 My Ride: BMW View My Garage :gasp:
A screwdriver can be used to press the retaining tabs in enough to pop the driver out of the grill. Car Stereo No Sound From Speakers When posting an submission for a theme day, please tag the submission with the appropriate link flair. My technician recommended I replace any damaged door panel fasteners with the newer versions that include a foam washer. Some would suggest that is not only perfectly acceptable, but desirable.
I have checked the fader and balance settings and i have also changed the HK amp behind the boot lining but still the problem persists, any help very much appreciated.
Thanks in advance "Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower" Steve Jobs Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements BimmerForums.co.uk Advertisements #2 bmw441 BMW Maestro Car Details bmw441's Car Bmw Radio No Sound No one wants to come see me. :( Facebook.com/DMAXstandup Mangofy your E46! Bmw Radio Wont Turn On One note of caution, though -- when I mean press fit, I mean press fit.
The time now is 08:03 PM. More about the author Make sure the driver you choose has a surface-mounting option and the diameter of the mounting flange is 2" or more. All I did was cut the pigtails to an appropriate length (about 18") and splice them in with the stock wiring using some mid-line splice spade connectors to facilitate later removal The best glue to use for this (courtesy of my technician) is 5 minute 2-part epoxy. Aftermarket Stereo No Sound
I took the door panel off Could anybody point me to some ideas? Install the new tweeter in the grill assembly. Never tried on the ol e46, of course, I would try to get the wire harness out of the door before removing the door. check my blog Sign in 13 Loading...
Luckily my friend had a spare HU and I quickly installed it. I know on my mr2s this was a common problem. I'm not sure what wire it is but you need to send your "remote" wire to it cberlioz View Public Profile Find all threads started by cberlioz Find all posts by
Front Speaker Replacement Remove the door panel. Loving it!· 2 comments The journey to 222222 begins!This is an archived post. I believe the mess in blue used to go to your cd changer which would have been mounted in the trunk on the right side. You can also see tape wrapped around the grill to protect it from scratches.
You can easily determine if you have 6x9 drivers by sticking your head in the trunk and looking up at the rear deck. I don't know what 'open common connection points' means, though I can certainly jump from a working speaker into a non-working one...but I don't think it's the speaker and I know BMW generally uses brown to mean "ground" or in this case, "negative" so you can use that as a guide if your wiring doesn't look like this. news Loading...
As I said above any input would be better than no input. The panel is then fixed to the door with three T20 torx screws. If the connection in the blue circle is for the cd changer, my radio currently has it, but there is no button on the radio that says CD, I just have lol.
Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... Yesterday I decided to finally get a stereo along with 4 new speakers and subwoofers. Anyway, that's why I stopped! That's all the knowledge I have unless you intend to bring it to Seattle so I can work on it. __________________ Quote: Originally Posted by kaos_325i Maybe I haven't been here
My screen no longer gives me a selectable audio option Category Autos & Vehicles License Standard YouTube License Show more Show less Loading... Remove the tweeter from the grill assembly. All rights reserved. Replace all speakers and get my subwoofer installed.
The only thing that I can think of is that the OEM AMP if I have one has a lose connection? darksideracer69 View Public Profile Find more threads by darksideracer69 Find More Posts by darksideracer69 Leave feedback for darksideracer69 (4) 11-20-2011, 04:09 PM #10 [email protected] Motorworks Past Site Sponsor Join I would diagnose it by swapping the Left and Right speakers to see if the problem moves with the bad speaker. dmax View Public Profile Find more threads by dmax Find More Posts by dmax Leave feedback for dmax (0) 06-03-2011, 01:11 PM #6 dmax Registered User Join Date:
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