No blinker sounds or stereo sound

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Asked by Mar 06, 2013 at 09:24 PM about the 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I recently had a massive soda spillage all over the driver seat/wheel/dashboard. The radio turns
on, but no sound comes from any speaker in the car. The blinkers still function but no ticking
sound. Just like to know what im going to need to have replaced. thanks in advance.

7 Answers

264,015

Your best bet is try and remove what you can to clean the soda off the electrical contacts on the stalk and other controls. Remember, don't drink and drive.

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haha it was my nephew, he shook a bottle of pepsi and opened it.

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and what is the stalk?

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d/s door speaker inoperative ,blinker sound goes through that speaker

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264,015

By stalk I meant the turn signal switch.

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yeah i see it as a possibility, yes the door speak may be damaged, but then that wouldn't explain why i don't have any sound emitting from any speaker. so weather the speaker is blown, or the stalk is dirty, nothing seems to solve the stereo issue. the unit seems to function fine. There's just no sound from any speaker.

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So this thread goes unsolved?

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