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I actually just helped another customer with this exact problem on the same truck yesterday. Checking the wiring diagram, I found that there is no separate fuse for individual speakers, just for the independant amplifier and the head unit. The most likely case is that the speakers themselves are at fault (common issue) and that your amp and head units are fine. I suggest that you try to replace one of the speakers with a known working speaker before you do anything else. For my other client, it ended up being 2 bad speakers. These speakers are plug and play so you should find this to be extremely easy!
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Thank you for your answer... I am in the process of trying to hook up a known working speaker to see if this is the fix. I will be back to once I know more.
Incidentally, do you know if it is also plug and play to add a subwoofer (this was not originally installed, but I do see a spot for it in the cargo bay).
If you use a factory subwoofer with a factory connector, yes it would be!
provided, of course, that the wiring is there for it, which I believe it should be even if it is not equipped
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It will take me a while to see if the speakers need to be replaced, but I will let you know what I find out.
Awesome my friend, I wish you good luck!
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