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Old 08-09-2013, 05:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Any one experience this? My rear right speaker buzzes when sound comes out...I thought it happened mainly in cold weather but I think it may be due to the fact that the door keeps closing and opening...any thoughts?
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I just noticed this on mine too with after market speakers. I'll be tearing it down later tonight or tomorrow. My guess is that its something with a harness. We'll see
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Warranty issue, but honestly the factory uses cheap speakers. Check the component speaker install thread in audio sticky. Many of us have already upgraded.

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might be interference, could be a bad ground or alot of times if it gets louder with rpm it could be interfering with your alternator. (atleast on the cars i have seen that do that)
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Check the connectors. Next, someguy sums it up.
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I am having the same issue with my front right speaker, keeps buzzing on Timbaland tracks :-P, I have to keep pulling the door tightly. The plastic isn't harnessed properly....very annoying!
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I have to keep pulling the door tightly. The plastic isn't harnessed properly....very annoying!
Yes, when it only happens in ONE speaker like that it likely is a mechanical problem and NOT an electrical (ground) fault.

Can be a loose trim problem or the speaker itself.
If it still buzzes/scratches at very low volume, then it's probably the speaker.
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Yes, when it only happens in ONE speaker like that it likely is a mechanical problem and NOT an electrical (ground) fault.

Can be a loose trim problem or the speaker itself.
If it still buzzes/scratches at very low volume, then it's probably the speaker.
Thanks Rider!
I just hate the squeaky noises from the plastic bits of the handles and arm rest etc..its been 6 months and it just doesn't go away! I am sure they are going to improve in the 2014-'15 models and we are all going to be burning in fire..
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