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Old 10-13-2004, 06:12 PM   #1
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Rattling in speaker?

I have a 99 Mustang Convertible, and it has the Mach stereo system installed in it. Whenever I turn the volume up more than like 3 notches, and ESPECIALLY whenever I turn the bass up, there is a rattling in the passenger door speaker whenever there is bass in the song. What could be the problem and how would I go about fixing it? Thanks
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speaker is prolly blown out
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If its the speaker and not the plastic parts of the door etc... It would be a blown speaker... You would have to buy a new speaker to replace it.
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I'll sell ya stock speakers..have 6 of them...about to have 8. How bout 10 bucks plus shipping. 2 for 15 plus shipping. 4 for 25 plus shipping. 6 for 35 plus shipping. 8 for 45 plus shipping lol. I might could muster up a few more from my closet if need be lol
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Well, it might be the door panel rattling. Mine does. Not the factory speaker though.
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Probably the surround rubber or foam that attaches the speaker frame to the cone pr the voice coil is toast. Moisture in the door usually rots the speaker
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Alright, I'll have to look more into the problem to find out exactly what's rattling before I decide what to do next.
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if you replace the speaker, do yourself a favor and replace all the speakers with good aftermarket speakers. you would be amazed at the difference.

i just took my subs out, and replaced them with a couple of fosgate 6x9s with ~ 125 watts going to each of those speakers. they sound a lot better than my factory speakers.
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