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Postby ramthis [OP] » Jun 27 2012, 4:53pm

when i turn the fader my rear speakers dont work or come on front work fine what gives thanks 2007 2500 hd
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Re: gm radio rear speakers

Postby rodcheapo » Jun 27 2012, 6:04pm

Bad connection or blown speakers would be the most obvious answer.
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Re: gm radio rear speakers

Postby ramthis [OP] » Jun 27 2012, 6:10pm

every things work in the radio its just the rear speakers dont both sides connection are good is there a fuze that works on the back speakers ?
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Re: gm radio rear speakers

Postby B Cubed » Jun 27 2012, 8:05pm

The speakers aren't fused. Connect a known working speaker to confirm there is a signal on the wires. If there is your door speakers are shot.
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Re: gm radio rear speakers

Postby ATSSSierra07 » Jun 27 2012, 8:14pm

I had the same problem with my rear speakers in my 2007 Sierra. I replaced all 4 door speakers and the tweeters and everything works fine now. Sounds 100% better too.
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Re: gm radio rear speakers

Postby Bob Denman » Jun 30 2012, 4:04pm

Now THAT'S the kind of information that I'm looking for... :D
2007 1500 regular cab...
The right rear speaker is shot; it sounds about like the adults used to in the "Peanuts" TV movies...("Waa-Wah")
1. How do I dig those speakers out of the bodywork? ( I have no mechanical skills whatsoever! :oops: )
2. what size speakers are in there?
3. what makes for a decent upgrade?
Thanks guys!
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Re: gm radio rear speakers

Postby ATSSSierra07 » Jul 01 2012, 4:28am

You have to remove the door panels. There are a couple of bolts and a bunch of plastic clips along the bottom of the panels. Once you get the panels removed, the speakers are mounted into brackets that are held in with one bolt. I replaced mine with a Kenwood component speaker system. Total cost for all four doors and the tweeters was about $250.00. There are many great brands out there, I am partial to Kenwoods, I'm sure that other people here would recommend some other brands. Just go with a known name brand and you won't be disappointed. Remember, you get what you pay for, lol. I wasn't looking to blow my windows out. I just wanted the system to sound clear and not distorted when I turn up the volume. I am extremely satisfied with the Kenwood system I installed. Good luck.
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Re: gm radio rear speakers

Postby ATSSSierra07 » Jul 01 2012, 4:30am

I forgot to mention that all four speakers are 6.5 inch in diameter.
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Re: gm radio rear speakers

Postby Bob Denman » Jul 01 2012, 12:33pm

Thanks a MILLION! Now to talk the Missus into some speaker money... :twisted:
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Re: gm radio rear speakers

Postby ATSSSierra07 » Jul 01 2012, 4:52pm

Check out www.crutchfield.com. You input the year, make, and model of your truck and they show you exactly what speakers, head units, etc. fits your vehicle.
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