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I have a 2012 Ford F-250 and my sub and passenger side speakers are the only ones working. Of course I've checked the balance and fade, didn't solve anything. I'd like to get another amplifier that will install easily. There is a sub behind the back seat, 2 rear speakers, 2 tweeters in the back doors, and 2 front speakers.
Can anyone suggest something other than OEM that I can install easily?
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You should probably figure out why the speakers aren't working because if your HU is busted and you use the HU to feed a new amp, it still won't work.

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Is there a DIY way I can do that easily? Stereo's are not my specialty so any advice is greatly appreciated.



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You should probably figure out why the speakers aren't working because if your HU is busted and you use the HU to feed a new amp, it still won't work.
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Is there a DIY way I can do that easily? Stereo's are not my specialty so any advice is greatly appreciated.
Don't know what the easiest way is. Check the voltage at the outputs and see if they're sending anything.

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Check the speaker wiring going through the boots in the door. They're known to snap right there in the F-Series causing exactly what you mentioned. If that's it, just cut/splice/rewire.
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Swap the inputs at the sub. If the driver's side now works and the passenger's side is out, the HU, or the wiring to the amp, is at fault.
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