Mach 460 Left Side Not Working

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  1. macorden

    macorden New Member

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    I've done a lot of searching the internet for a solution to this and nothing seems to fit the bill, so hopefully someone here can point me in the right direction.

    I noticed no sound coming from my FL tweeter, so I played with the balance and fader. What I realized is, moving the fader all the way to the left gets me no sound at all in the front or the back. I can hear faint white noise from the FL tweeter. I thought perhaps it was the front amp, but the right side seems to work fine. Any suggestions?
     
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    flstang65 Well-Known Member

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    could the speaker itself be bad? check the wiring in the door all the way up to where it goes into the cabin.
     
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    I pulled a working speaker from my other Co ra and it doesn't work when wired up. Just puts out white noise.
     
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    Could the head unit be bad?
     
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    No, i tested with two units and get the same results.
     
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    wierd. sounds like a wiring issue. im lost man.
     

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