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All four door speakers have blown
That very seldom happensYou need to reconnect Factory Radio & test the BLACK / RED wire for voltage + at Speakers.If no Voltage check the Radio Choke Relay:The amplifier choke and relay is used to switch power to the individual speaker amplifiers used with the premium speaker package. The amplifier choke and relay is serviced only as a unit. If all of the speakers are inoperative the amplifier choke and relay should be inspected. Before replacement, make the following inspections of the amplifier choke and relay circuits. For complete circuit diagrams, refer to the appropriate wiring information. The wiring information includes wiring diagrams, proper wire and connector repair procedures, details of wire harness routing and retention, connector pin-out information and location views for the various wire harness connectors, splices and grounds.
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But it's not the amps that aren't working....it's the speakers.
sorry.............I read it as the Speakers were NOT working..........
If the AMPS have power & you are "sure" each speaker is "blown" (keep in mind "ONE" Bad Speaker can cause the others to sound the same way), then you will need to:a) replace speakers with "exact" model speakers, because of the impedence & manufacture (sometimes you can find these speakers on-line, E-Bay, etc, for less than Jeep)
b) replace Unit, remove or disconnect AMPs & replace speakers with aftermarket
c) replace Unit & speakers with Aftermarket
as stated above:a) replace speakers with "exact" model speakers, because of the impedence & manufacture (sometimes you can find these speakers on-line, E-Bay, etc, for less than Jeep)
Purchase front ones first & see if Rear sound any better, unless you have physically inspected each one already.Many times just the Speaker Cones come loose from the Speaker Frame.If there is no tears or holes, this can be repaired by applying RTV around the outside of the Cone, gluing it to the Frame
I get a number of these & typically the Cones are seperated from the Speaker Frame which causes No Bass & bad noises, which can hurt the AMP attached to itBe sure to inspect each Speaker as you go & see if that is all it is or if the Speaker is bad