Stereo no sound

Asked by Jan 18, 2018 at 05:36 PM about the 2007 Honda Accord

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I was hooking up my amp and hit my rear speaker
wire on a output on my amp it blew the fuse to the
radio I replaced fuse now I have no sound and
there is a good amount of spark coming from the
speaker wire and my right rear speaker gets red
hot

3 Answers

115,985

I think the speaker has an internal short.

66,705

So you were working on the car stereo and you didn't disconnect the battery? Either the speaker is shorted or the amplifier has a problem.

I had everything hooked up that's why the battery was hooked up I he the speaker wire on the output on the amp and it blew the fuse the amp still works but I hooked it I unhookedbthe back speaker the one that was getting hot still no sound I even tested from behind unit still no sound

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