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hum coming from right front door speaker

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Topic: hum coming from right front door speaker

Posted By: kaylasdad
Subject: hum coming from right front door speaker
Date Posted: January 14, 2010 at 3:29 PM

When I Roll down my driver side window (power windows) either a little or all the way I get a humming noise coming from my passenger door speaker. if I roll the window up or down a little it stops if I hit a bump though sometimes it comes back. I drive a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 quad cab. 

has anyone heard of this issue before or can offer any possible solutions. 

**it happens whether the radio is on or not


Posted By: forbidden
Date Posted: February 02, 2010 at 1:00 AM
Does your Dodge have the Infinity sound system in it? If the answer is yes, you have a amplified door speaker that needs to be looked at. Take the speaker outand replace it with the one from the drivers side. If the problem is now on the drivers side you know what the problem is.

Top Secret, I can tell you but then my wife will kill me.

Posted By: davidl19
Date Posted: February 03, 2010 at 2:56 PM
The first thing I thought of when I read your post was that it might be your heater. Does this happen when the heat is on? If so check the fan that goes with the heater, if its that its a quick cheap fix if you do it yourself. Replacing the fan only take 20 minutes if you know whats going on and probably won't cost more than 50 bucks. If you get it going post any fun trips you take on my online route map. I am using it to pick out places I want to see in the future. Thats you can post at the links on the bottom. I am an affiliate of allstate and thus I use their web pages. Thanks again.

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Posted By: i am an idiot
Date Posted: February 03, 2010 at 6:35 PM
You really need to have someone place their ear directly in front of the speaker when the noise occurs, to see if it is even coming from the speaker.

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