I need some answers. Are you still working on my question? Did some more circuit checking today, and I can hear a low pitched speaker sound coming through most of the speakers. I checked the speaker wires (+ & -) in the door jambs for LF and RF door speakers, and they all have power. I'm thinking their has to be an amplifier somewhere because the audio is good coming out of the radio, just not getting to the speakers. I have looked everywhere on this van, and see no amplifier, unless they buried it somewhere behind the IP. Please advise quickly. Thanks.
No by the vin it does have premium sound do to the DVD entertainment system.
I will send you some more wiring schematics, and you can look for your self where to check.
That is what the owner told me too (has premium sound system). The only thing that I don't hear is a low pitched hum from the front driver IP speaker (might just be my hearing, but I do hear a very quiet hum or air sound from all others except also from the rear pillar speakers. I assumed each speaker channel was a saparate circuit, but is it possible a short or unwanted ground on one speaker circuit couild pull all speaker circuits down?
I have the three different wiring diagrams for the different systems from Mitchel online, but only parts of each schematic matches wht I see on vehicle. I'm wondering if this vehicle eith has a prototype system or maybe year or two later system than what was offered in 2004.
I'm just wondering because someone had an amp on EBAY from the rear 1/4 panel of a 2006 Town & Country. It seems no one knows what the central amp fuse in the ICM is for? I have no idea why Chrysler would run all the audio wires to the rear of a vehicle to go through an amp and back, but maybe...
Do you have a wiring diagram for the back of the radio (the ones I have don't match exactly, leaving a couple wire colors to chance).
I have not tried a good speaker in the doors, but can. The rear speakers are making the same noise as the door speakers, and th LR speaker works fine jumpered to back of the radio, so I figure the speakers are all good, something else.
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX received more information that a 2005 Town & Country (this one was built 6/2004), with premium sound system takes a special radio that remotely turns amp on, I'm assuming through BCM using PCI data lines. Maybe this thing has a newer audio system 2005/2006 with the amp. The replacement radios we have are 2002-2003 vintage, and I know from pining the wires a bunch of times that their is no amp trigger wire at the radio like some of the older systems had.
Is it possible for you to look at 2005 or 2006 Town & Country to see if their were any systems with amps? If so the question then becomes where is the amp located...
here it is in an 05
here is the location