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Q: Car speakers won't play

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I think there is a blown fuse in my car's audio system. The car speakers don't play sound.

A: The speakers in your car receive input from...

The speakers in your car receive input from the audio amplifier. A failed amplifier or blown speaker could be the cause of your problem. The cause could also be a blown 20 amp radio fuse, wiring issues or a bad ground. I suggest you have a trained professional, such as one from YourMechanic, inspect your audio system, and suggest the best path to repair.

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