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2007 Factory Stereo

Discussion in 'Explorer Audio & Navigation' started by jxtlbtironman, November 28, 2012.

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      jxtlbtironman New Member

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      I have a 2007 Explorer XLT Ironman package with all original audio components installed. My subwoofer cuts out randomly, and if I leave things alone it usually comes back on randomly. However, if I wish to get it working sooner I can usually shut the radio off for 5-10 seconds, turn it back on, and hear it working again. (Though, sometimes this doesn't always work.) Has anyone had this issue? I should also note it is just the subwoofer cutting out, the rest of the audio system continues normally with no other problems. I plan on replacing components as it is, but where do you feel the problem lies, in the head unit, the subwoofer amplifier, or wiring?
       
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      No one with similar problems in the 06? How about any other year?
       

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