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About HCSilvey

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    2017 Chevrolet Silverado High Country
  1. Yup, I bet one of them is probably blown. An amp and new component speakers would fix your problem nicely. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I'm assuming your system is not Bose and you do not have an aftermarket headunit and your speakers are still stock. Both the door speakers and dash speakers are tied together in parallel in right and left channels. And from what I understand the factory headunit is very picky about the ohm load it sees. I see your truck is a 2014, it's a good chance your speakers are just worn out and the ohm load now is not within the factory headunit's tolerances. I would start by simply unhooking the dash speaker and see if the door speaker comes back. If no change, plug the dash speaker back in and unhook the door speaker. If still no change I would unhook both speakers, find a speaker that I know for a fact works and rig it with some speaker wire to one of the speaker connectors and see if you get sound then.
  3. 2017 Silverado High Country. Added the front black bowtie, deleted front door badges, deleted 4x4 bed decals, deleted rear bowtie, added painted/chrome tailgate handle, 20” American Outlaw Lonestars wrapped in BFG KO2s. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. Washed it today so I can get it dirty again. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  5. New guy from Cali

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  6. New guy from Cali

    Hello everyone. My name is Sean, I'm from Southern California and I am a life long GM fan. I recently traded my 15 Silverado CCSB 4x4 5.3L for a 17 High Country 4x4 6.2L. This is my 11th GM truck to own. I also own a 86 C10 SWB. I hoping to learn some stuff from you guys and hopefully share some stuff.

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