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Hello everyone, I'm new here. I just bought my first 2004 Acura TL on early of this July, 2019. The rear speakers never work since I got the car until now. The front speakers work fine but the rear speakers don't work at all. I tried to adjust the fade but the rear speakers don't work either. I checked the fuses under the hood and I don't see any damage fuse. I searched and I found couple links about the rear speakers issues, but I tried mine and they didn't work at all. I need your help please. Any idea or subjection will be appreciated for it.
 

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What have you checked?

What have you checked? Did you check the owner's manual to see if the fuse behind the deck was good? Is there a bad ground? What have you checked? It's like saying you went to the doctor to say you don't feel good and expecting a straight answer. There are so many things it can be though.
 

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Hello everyone, I'm new here. I just bought my first 2004 Acura TL on early of this July, 2019. The rear speakers never work since I got the car until now. The front speakers work fine but the rear speakers don't work at all. I tried to adjust the fade but the rear speakers don't work either. I checked the fuses under the hood and I don't see any damage fuse. I searched and I found couple links about the rear speakers issues, but I tried mine and they didn't work at all. I need your help please. Any idea or subjection will be appreciated for it.
I would say your rear speakers are blown, or that for some reason, the wiring has been detached.. Either way, you will need a digital multimeter to check the rear speaker resistance.

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What have you checked? Did you check the owner's manual to see if the fuse behind the deck was good? Is there a bad ground? What have you checked? It's like saying you went to the doctor to say you don't feel good and expecting a straight answer. There are so many things it can be though.
Please read my post above and then you'll understand what I was checking.
 

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I would say your rear speakers are blown, or that for some reason, the wiring has been detached.. Either way, you will need a digital multimeter to check the rear speaker resistance.

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I have no electrical knowledge at all. How can I check the rear speaker resistance by digital multimeter?

If my rear speakers are blown out, how do I know? Any symptoms?
 
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