In addition, no issue when playing a cd or tuning to radio stations as well. That mess of wires behind the headunit that you talked about? Jimmy answered 3 weeks ago Newhon I have a video I can link and you can sort of see my seals. I haven't been inside my door where the speakers are yet, but their is a white, plastic water seal that is stuck to the inside of the door with some sticky putty. Immediately i thought i switched positives with negative speaker wire, so i tried every combination, and still no luck. Had the same problem and my dealership appointment was scheduled for tomorrow. I came to the internet to see anyone else had experiened this issue. My rears are always soaked.
Drove it off the dealership lot and it would not work. The amplifier is located under the front driver's side footwell area. I removed it because I kept getting engine whine and I am sure it wasn't a grounding issue. On the wiring harness, the power is from the wire as labeled, front, rear, left, right etc. Update 2: There is no option for me to disable the subwoofer.
The one that keeps the door from slamming into the frame and makes it close nice and air tight could also be worn out. I used the paper clip on the reset button per Frank's directions. Good luck everyone, as soon as I finish fixing mine, I'm trading or selling it. If a source component still doesn't play properly, then your problem is most likely there. They tried and said I need whole new radio. I gave it a water hose leak test. This is the first I've ever heard of a sporadic fuse.
Unfortunately, as far as I know , I have done this. Then I found a post that suggested looking in the trunk and found that one of the plastic terminals for the wires on the rear speaker had broken off. The exact thing happened to me today. I was all worried until I googled the problem and came across your answer. We're on the same boat. Looked at everything and couldn't figure what happened.
So water stays in the door jam area, right where the connectors are. I was worried that I had unknowingly done something to cause the sound to stop working. In other words if a speaker, or auxiliary device is malfunctioning it will stop playing sound. And it was so easy. All of these issues can be related. They're meant to put out maybe. With the car off, pulled the memory fuse, waited a few minutes, reinserted.
Turned the car back on. I factory remote started my car, started driving and noticed my speakers wasn't working. No wonder we all have concerns about dealers. Water goes into that gap, rides down the A pillar and onto my cable junction. Drove it off the dealership lot and it would not work. I pushed in the little pin bottom few Seconds located in the upper left hand corner of the Audio System and it worked.
After days of my audio system being 'silent' and the dealer wanting be to bring it in to check it out, found this and it works!! Any tips and help would be great. I took the car to the dealer 2 days prior to receiving this solution. If you find that one speaker is shorted to ground in that manner, that can actually cause all of the speakers to cut out. Couldn't just tell me over the phone but had to soak me for money and most likely lie to me by telling me it was a loose wire behind the radio. Thank you so much for sharing. Since speaker wires are often routed behind panels and molding, under seats, and beneath the carpet, it can be difficult to visibly inspect them.
I've got one more idea. I should also say tha. Set the fronts to large, center sub and rears to none. I have to reset all my stations, but no big deal. Playing though the headphone out, although it technically makes for a worse sound that the line out, works fine. If something won't power up, test it with another outlet or socket that you know functions properly. That output is not meant to carry any kind of current, those are supposed to be connected to the input on an external amplifier.
I'll let you guys know how that goes after the call tomorrow. Ryansmith060 answered about a month ago Thanks Nehwon , I never thought about the drains being the issue , 3 of my 4 door harnesses were full of water , I drained them , dried them and made a small cut in the bottom of the grommet so the water could drain if it ever happened again. If this doesn't work, I found a good electrical trouble shooter in my area who gives a 1 year guarantee. My I tensions were to trouble shoot the amp maybe replace it but when I looked under the dash there wasnt one there. And to the rest of you. Rodney answered 9 months ago just like Jernesti' s post I have no amp in my 2011 acadia. I don't know how many amps it is but I can't imagine it's anything special since it's stock.