Having problems with your 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer GTS CVT Sedan ?

The entire right side of my car sound har scrathy audio. the left side works fine. I know nothing about car but i manage to switch the left speakers with the right ones to get the same result. I believe I found a grounding cable but im unsure, seems like is ground properly. Also sometimes I hit a bump and the sound is good then I hit yet another bumb and is back to bad sound. I have a mitsubishi lancer gts 08

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 24-04-2017

Answers :

First check the radio settings \015\012there should be a "balance" and "fader" feature on your stereo. check the manual as to how to adjust these. the "balance" feature adjusts left to right. make sure that it is set to 0, then the left and right will be even. \015\012but if settings are proper in the radio.then its problem with the wiring's in the radio amplifier.the wires are loose so you get proper sound when the car bumps and sound again gets lost to another bump.\015\012you will have to remove the radio under the dash and check out the wiring's.its getting short anywhere.you can use continuity tester to test the short wires. at local car repair center they have tools to check radio with external wires this will help to locate which wire is getting loose at amplifier of radio. so you can replace that wire. its not a costly repair but time consuming and tough job to check each and every wire one by one with continuity tester.\015\012This will help. Thanks please keep updated. please do\015\012rate the solution positively .thank you for using fixya.
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