Q: Speakers have no sound

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The speakers in my car have no sound.

Hi there. Since your vehicle is equipped with premium sound, it has a separate amplifier powering the speakers. If this amplifier does not receive a signal to turn on, it will not power your speakers. Also, if your amplifier has an internal short, then it will no longer function or turn on. I’d suggest having a certified mechanic inspect your vehicle’s electrical circuit in order to diagnose your stereo’s sound issue.

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