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Old 11-16-2012, 09:04 PM   #1
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Speaker popping sounds on right side

Hey guys,

So my new '13 Titanium I got in August has this issue with the passenger side speaker making popping/cracking noises. It just started today and they seem to start around 10-15 minutes after driving and it doesn't matter what I am listening to (FM or Sirius). I only have 2500 miles on this car and I am a little worried. I plan to ask about it at either my inspection or 5k checkup but anyone else have this issue?

The only thing that changed is that it is getting colder out (~30 degrees F) but that's about it. I wouldn't think that would affect that though. I also do not listen to radio excessively loud.

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Old 11-17-2012, 05:34 PM   #2
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Loose connections could do it, the earlier models had a connector at the door jamb for the wiring harness so it could be as simple as that not being plugged in securely.

Certainly an issue to be checked when you can get it in for service...
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