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#1 kcoombs

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Posted 13 September 2010 - 05:15 PM

hi, i own a ford fiesta 1.6 econetic. The speakers in the back don't seem to be playing out any sound. I just was wondering if anyone knew why this is?


thanks

krysten

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#2 itsrelfy

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Posted 13 September 2010 - 05:30 PM

hi, i own a ford fiesta 1.6 econetic. The speakers in the back don't seem to be playing out any sound. I just was wondering if anyone knew why this is?


thanks

krysten



Are you sure the Speakers are present??? I found out that jus because the grills are present it don't mean you get the speakers.

#3 Al J

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Posted 13 September 2010 - 07:26 PM

Or possibly you need to change the audio fade/balance.

This is from the current manual (pg 158)

BALANCE/FADE CONTROL
The fade control is used to adjust the
sound distribution from front to rear in
vehicles equipped with rear speakers.
The balance control is used to adjust the
sound distribution between the left and
right speakers.
Press the sound menu button.
Use the up and down arrow buttons
to select the required setting.
Use the left and right arrow buttons to
make the necessary adjustment.
The display indicates the level selected.
Press the OK button to confirm the new
settings.


Try 'fading' the sound to the back speakers and see how it goes.


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