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Old 07-19-2019, 04:39 PM   #1
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Unhappy Driver-side door speaker turns off with AUX

Hey guys my driver-side door speaker is having some problems, or actually itís my whole left side of the car. Normally everything is working fine, no static or any signs of a bad speaker, but whenever I connect my phone through Bluetooth, IPhone cable to USB, or using the aux adapter, my left side all goes completely quiet. I ignored it as it only happens very few times like 1/20th of the times and only during a form of AUX, but when it does happen I wonít get any sound from the left side when using a form of AUX till the next time I drive my car. Itís becoming annoying and so Iíve started experimenting which is how I found out NO TYPES OF AUX will have volume on the left side and also by moving the balance of the sound all to the left is how I found out thereís no volume in the rear driver side either. No by turning off the car and turning it back on will not revive my driver-side sound, but when I switch back to radio all sound is there. I had 2 12í subs set up, with me thinking while they do this they will check my driver side cables for me to see if they find anything wrong... which they didnít. Guyís only comment was ďI donít know might be your stock ampĒ. Problem didnít happen while at the shop so they didnít experience it.

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Sorry for the long paragraph hopefully someone can help me and I hope itís a cheap fix.
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Old 07-19-2019, 04:43 PM   #2
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maybe you need a new aux cord?
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Old 07-19-2019, 04:47 PM   #3
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maybe you need a new aux cord?
Tried it...
New Aux cord (fail)
Different lightning charger (fail)
Connected a different phone through Bluetooth (fail)
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Old 07-19-2019, 06:34 PM   #4
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Driver-side door speaker turns off with AUX

Iím thinking maybe you have your phone set to Mono and not stereo

Try going to Settings, General, Accessibility and then under Hearing, make sure Mono is off. Not sure if this will fix but itís worth checking out
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Old 07-19-2019, 07:54 PM   #5
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Iím thinking maybe you have your phone set to Mono and not stereo

Try going to Settings, General, Accessibility and then under Hearing, make sure Mono is off. Not sure if this will fix but itís worth checking out
All help is welcome so thx for commenting
As for the tip I had nvr thought about that, but checking it out now MONO was off and all the other setting seem normal. It even has a separate balance here too for sound distribution and itís centered as well.
No luck in this part :/
Thx though
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Old 07-19-2019, 09:06 PM   #6
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All help is welcome so thx for commenting

As for the tip I had nvr thought about that, but checking it out now MONO was off and all the other setting seem normal. It even has a separate balance here too for sound distribution and itís centered as well.

No luck in this part :/

Thx though


Can you try another device to play music through? Maybe a friend or family members phone? At least you can figure out if itís the car or just your phone.

Nevermind just saw you tried another phone
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Old 07-19-2019, 11:53 PM   #7
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Check the wires under the console and make sure it aint pinched somewhere

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Old 07-20-2019, 06:46 PM   #8
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Check the wires under the console and make sure it aint pinched somewhere

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Checked it out today and I donít see anything wrong with the cables, might be my inexperience so Iím ganna try taking my car back to where I got my subs and tell them to check it out for me on Monday
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Hey why donít you try disconnecting the battery temporarily. Maybe it will reset something.
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Old 07-20-2019, 08:08 PM   #10
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Hey why donít you try disconnecting the battery temporarily. Maybe it will reset something.
If this works... itíll most likely be a temporary fix but Iíll still try it.
The shop I got my subs installed at, Iím kinda taking advantage of so they can check my cabling for me is actually open tomorrow so ima have them take a look at it first and then try this when I get back if the problem continues.
Sucks that I havenít found anyone else with my problem for solutions... but at the same time lucky you guys haha
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Old 07-21-2019, 12:41 PM   #11
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Just an Update
Took my car in to the shop I got the subs installed at, theyíre ganna check my wiring carefully this time to make sure they donít miss anything, but even the guy kept telling me heís never heard of the whole left side turning off with Bluetooth. That it makes sense with the lightning or aux but not with the Bluetooth but that they will still check it out for me.
Stuck without my baby for a few hours now : (
Ima go sleep through this depression
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Old 07-21-2019, 01:12 PM   #12
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Hey wake up i think they fixed it!!!

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Old 07-21-2019, 07:07 PM   #13
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Hey wake up i think they fixed it!!!

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Problem didnít show up for them and they found nothing wrong with any of the wiring, guy says if problem continues he recommends Changing the stock radio.
Iíve also seen on another thread that the radios programming sometimes causes problems and I got the worst program on mine but.. dealership is asking for $160 to program it so ima hold off on that.
So far been using my car all day without problems.
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