Radio speaker "buzz"
For the audio experts out there, I notice a buzzing or vibration from at least two of my factory speakers. Is that more likely a speaker going bad, or maybe a loose mounting causing the noise? Grounding issue?
2004 Wrangler X, Solar Yellow
4.0L I6, 5 Speed, D30/D35, 3:73
Probably a loose mounting screw but it could easily be the speaker going bad too. Definitely not a grounding issue, and moving this to the audio section!
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I agree, could be any of the above... just time to do some investigations.. Could also be something in/on the bar/pods that are causing the noise and not something directly with the speakers... Just blast it in a remote parking lot and start trying to track it down...
Sir G. Cal - 2k Sahara TJ
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Originally Posted by SirGCal
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