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1995 Nissan Maxima speaker failure

\015 Recently approx. 3 days ago I hit a shallow bump while driving and all of the speakers in my vehicle cut out. I've checked the fuses in the box inside the cab near the steering wheel, the 15A fuse under the "BOSE" position was burnt out, I've replaced that and it didn't work. I read that it may have been a resistor inside the actual Bose head unit, so I've replaced the head unit, with the appropriate wire harness, the new head unit has power, and does work because it sends a signal through my subwoofers, just not the speakers. Is there a fuse somwhere inside the actual dash enclosure? I noticed a small black box on the floor when replacing the head unit that I didn't bother with, there was also what looked like a clip that may have been holding a fuse. I've also been told that each speaker in the bose system comes stock with its own amp, and that they may have blown but the chances of all 4 fuses going out at the same time are highly unlikely. I don't beleive its a problem with the wiring, I saw nothing out of the ordinary when putting on the wire harness. I've also put my ear up to the speaker and notices a very low steady hiss/whisping noise indicating that the speakers do have some sort of power running to them. What could be causing this?\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 21-08-2017

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