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A few months ago I replaced the stock speakers that came with my truck. I put in Rockford Fosgate 3-way speakers. It worked for a while, now no sound comes from the speakers. They will come in every now and then, but not often. I think it’s the head unit. What could be the issue?

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A few months ago I replaced the stock speakers that came with my truck. I put in Rockford Fosgate 3-way speakers. It worked for a while, now no sound comes from the speakers. They will come in every now and then, but not often. I think it’s the head unit. What could be the issue?
What ohm are they? Have you noticed the head unit bring sluggish or freezing at all?

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1 minute ago, Snowcamo said:

What ohm are they? Have you noticed the head unit bring sluggish or freezing at all?

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They are 4ohm speakers, and never noticed any of that. It will just cut out or not output at all.

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They are 4ohm speakers, and never noticed any of that. It will just cut out or not output at all.
Ok. I was thinking the ohm rating of the speakers caused the HU to cutout. Does it happen at low volume levels as well?

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44 minutes ago, Snowcamo said:

Ok. I was thinking the ohm rating of the speakers caused the HU to cutout. Does it happen at low volume levels as well?

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I think I got it fixed, I readjusted the speakers. It looked liked the speaker coils were touching the metal of the door. When I moved it off, the speakers worked.

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I think I got it fixed, I readjusted the speakers. It looked liked the speaker coils were touching the metal of the door. When I moved it off, the speakers worked.
Nice!

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