Thanks. If I disconnect the radio/stereo completely where the speaker outputs go from and if I measured resistance between two pins for a particular speaker should it not read any resistance at all?They should read very low resistance, <10Ω. If they read high or open circuit then the speaker may be blown or the wires connecting it are broken. In this case you need to test directly at the speaker terminals.
That is what I was suggesting. It certainly happened that way on my Dodge van.One thing you could try is no if the resistance (at the radio end of the wires.) reading changes when the door is opened and closed. It is just possible the wire as partly fractured where it flexes near the door hinge.
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