Glad I could help...LOL...!I just checked the fuse and it was good. Now, everything works. This is so weird! 🤔
Had this happen for the second time this morning. It happen about a Month ago so i guess i will check speaker wires when i get home. I too upgraded the factory speakers with plug and play speakers.I think I fixed it. I noticed when I closed the driver's door the sound would kick on. I pulled the speaker and no wires were loose, however the speaker terminals were very close to the door frame. I wrapped it will electrical tape. So far everything is working.
I don't know what ANC even looks like. I just replaced the door speakers and did nothing else.So i just went out and opened and shut the door super easy and started the pp to check for speaker sound. Was working perfectly. I then opened and shut driver and passenger door many times and no effect.
I will keep tabs on this issue but not sure it has anything to do with the speaker wires.
Maybe something effected by unplugging the anc? PNW, did you unplug yours?
Anyway, if it happens again i may try plugging the anc back up.
Gotcha. The Active Noise Cancelation device located in the dash behind the glove box. Was just curious if the unplugging could be the cause of my issues. This happened the first time about a Month ago so not sure whats going on. If it was simply the speaker wire connection one would think it would happen much more often.I don't know what ANC even looks like. I just replaced the door speakers and did nothing else.
Old thread, but this also just happened to me. In the middle of a 15-minute drive, sounds stops from all speakers except the SW. I just had the car in for the crackling sound last week, it's going back this Thursday because the static noise has returned. I believe they might have added new MOST connectors in the dash while trying to get rid of the crackling noise. I am wondering whether the connections to the speakers are unstable. When I stopped and started the vehicle, sound was back, then it went out again during my next drive. I tested the sound to all speakers in the cheat menu, they are all connected, so I don't think it has anything to do with aftermarket speakers.Gotcha. The Active Noise Cancelation device located in the dash behind the glove box. Was just curious if the unplugging could be the cause of my issues. This happened the first time about a Month ago so not sure whats going on. If it was simply the speaker wire connection one would think it would happen much more often.
Me too, thanks. I feel like a bit of a doofus, I should have checked the most obvious cause first but I went down the rabbit hole. At least it was an easy fix!Glad this thread was helpful and you got everything worked out.
Might be worth a look, if the crackling starts. Mine was making crackling/static noise all from one speaker, so I should have known the source. Eventually, the sound went out to all speakers except the SW. The tweeter was the problem for me, I used harnesses from Crutchfield on all the other speakers. When I settle for sure on the tweeters, I will solder and tape the wires.Mine has not done this for a while now but if it does i will check all my connections. I changed all four door speakers and twitters so my have a bad connection. I did use butt connectors on the twitters.