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Re Soldering Bose amp on '04 Tdi Sport

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    sinic Audi WAudi

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    [Mar 21, 2012]
    Can anyone point me to a guide to re solder the bose amp on my tdi sport?

    I have crackly rear tweeters when cold so assume I have the dry solder connections on my amp??
    I'm not afraid to solder and want to do the job asap

    Thanks
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    AndyMac Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    If it's just the tweeters then it won't be the amp as the tweeters run off the same feed as the woofers
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    I think its just the tweeters but not 100% sure, sounds like the tweeter coming in and out when I'm driving along....it's just on the drivers side behind me in the rear right door....

    Any suggestions?
    When it's all warmed up its less intermittent, same as if I whack up the volume it then kicks in.....
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    More likely it's a dirty door connector if whacking up the power cures it, common problem on the B6, you need to remove the rubber boot and clean up the plug.
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