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Back speakers keep coming on and off

Discussion in 'In-Car Entertainment' started by boson, Jun 2, 2009.

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    [Jun 2, 2009]
    could this just be a loose connection?
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    If it's the non Bose system, then does the sub cut out as well? Is the system completely stock or are you running an aftermarket HU?
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    If you have VAG-COM, then it may show a fault code?
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    it's all bose and original

    could it be a loose connection?
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    On the Bose system I'm amazed you can even tell if the rears are on or off, the rears are unbelievably fisher price.
    Is it dependent on anything i.e. bumps in the road or heat?
    Bumps would indicate loose connection but it's more likely a dry solder joint on the amp as the Bose amps are very prone to this. When they cut out, if you jack the volume up do they come back on?
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