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My drivers side door speaker blew out a few weeks ago... i was pretty annoyed when i took it into the dealership. I told them the problem, and i left my g6 there from 8am-5pm. When i arrived to pick it they said they could not duplicate the problem so they could not fix it. When i drove off, with my stereo on, the problem was gone! TWO DAYS LATER IT WAS BACK!?!? I have no idea what's going on.... I'll have to take it back AGAIN later this week... and this time i'll tell them I WANT IT FIXED!! :)
 

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My drivers side door speaker blew out a few weeks ago... i was pretty annoyed when i took it into the dealership. I told them the problem, and i left my g6 there from 8am-5pm. When i arrived to pick it they said they could not duplicate the problem so they could not fix it. When i drove off, with my stereo on, the problem was gone! TWO DAYS LATER IT WAS BACK!?!? I have no idea what's going on.... I'll have to take it back AGAIN later this week... and this time i'll tell them I WANT IT FIXED!! :)
I have a similar problem with the bose speakers in my trailblazer. Some days the front door speakers sound blown and other days they are fine.
 

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Dont know if this helps, but I had major issues with my speakers as well. After taking the car back to the dealership 3 times, they finally found the problem. My trunk leaked and water got all over the amp.
 

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My drivers speaker became crackly sounding and weak, and the dealer couldnt hear it the day my wife took it in so they did nothing...I told them it was intermittent and that there was a problem so they finally but reluctantly changed it. Problem solved but I shouldnt have had to tell them twice.

I believe the leads from the terminals to the voice coil in the speaker was the problem and was the reason for it being intermittent.
 

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well, mine went out of my passenger door. here's the thing. the wire in the coil breaks somewhere or even on the cone. On a cold morning, the wire shrinks spacing out the break in the speaker making it sound blown. after running the speaker a while the wire starts to warm up causing wire expansion. the gap is closed and no problem. next day, starts all over again.
 
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