Stereo no sound

Asked by Jan 18, 2018 at 05:36 PM about the 2007 Honda Accord

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I was hooking up my amp and hit my rear speaker
wire on a output on my amp it blew the fuse to the
radio I replaced fuse now I have no sound and
there is a good amount of spark coming from the
speaker wire and my right rear speaker gets red

3 Answers


I think the speaker has an internal short.


So you were working on the car stereo and you didn't disconnect the battery? Either the speaker is shorted or the amplifier has a problem.

I had everything hooked up that's why the battery was hooked up I he the speaker wire on the output on the amp and it blew the fuse the amp still works but I hooked it I unhookedbthe back speaker the one that was getting hot still no sound I even tested from behind unit still no sound

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