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.I'm wondering if anyone else has or HAS HAD this problem with a S4 model- The speakers of my car works intermittently. It will work for about 5 minutes, and then you can tune the fade to that right side and it cuts in and out. I have put in aftermarket speakers,Now they have totally stopped working .i think i don't install it properly.please help guys?

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I found that installation of speaker is the simplest and easiet method..so there is no need to get worry.....use the following steps while installation...and ur problem will be solved within few minutes....
before installation....
1.Remove the package tray.
2.Remove the speaker grille mounting screw.
3.Disconnect the speaker connector.
4.Remove the speaker mounting screw
5.Installation is the reverse order of removal.



Originally posted by Eliina@Aug 11 2004, 09:05 AM
hello guys!
.I'm wondering if anyone else has or HAS HAD this problem with a S4 model- The speakers of my car works intermittently. It will work for about 5 minutes, and then you can tune the fade to that right side and it cuts in and out. I have put in aftermarket speakers,Now they have totally stopped working .i think i don't install it properly.please help guys?

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Originally posted by Eliina@Aug 11 2004, 04:05 PM
hello guys!
.I'm wondering if anyone else has or HAS HAD this problem with a S4 model- The speakers of my car works intermittently. It will work for about 5 minutes, and then you can tune the fade to that right side and it cuts in and out. I have put in aftermarket speakers,Now they have totally stopped working .i think i don't install it properly.please help guys?

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It is unlikely that the speakers are at fault unless your connections are loose. The audi S models have an active system. I'm not sure about the S4 but on the original speakers there may have been a small amplifier across the speaker inputs. Your after market speakers will not have this. If this is the case, you may need to install a line level amplifier in the speaker cable between the stereo and the speakers. If you don't know what I am talking about, I would suggest a visit to an independent car audio specialist.
 
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