I'm going to look into that thankshad the issue, and found the power wire to the climate control unit had worn through the insulation and was grounding out against the ground wire, which also was worn through the insulation... Pulled the unit and soldiered in new wire, and added heavy duty shrink tubing and no problems for 3 years.
Yes it has a bose amp on the passenger side.. My first tought was mabey my bose amp dont work anymore so i bought another one on ebay and still nothing i still had my factory radio when i did this.. the my second tought was well what if its the factory radio so i bought an aftermarket one and still nothing im thinking now its either a wire problem or my speakeras went out.. and by bypass what do you mean??Blaze, If your system is equipped with a factory amplifier, the factory radio has a low power level going to the amp. Aftermarket radios have built in amplifiers with high output and would probably blow out the factory amp. check to see if there is a factory amplifier behind the plastic panel in the rear passenger side hatch area first. If so you will need to bypass the amplifier.
Ok well thank you so much for your help but i have an update on the work ive done.. well i did pull the speakers out and tested one using battery D size and touching positive to positive and neg to neg. I read if the speakers gives you a static/ popping sound then the speaker is good.. im now sure its a problem in the wiring of the car. but i can diagnose this by getting a voltmeter and putting it directly to the plug that goes to the speaker of the truck. But i wanted to know if you knew how am i suppose to know that my wire is sending power to the speaker using a voltmeter. What should the voltmeter indicate? Thank youI copied a link for installing an aftermarket amp but the pictures are good and it gives you the color codes for the wires. If you have a voltmeter, first check power and grounds going to the factory amp. Then tune the radio to static (just noise no music) test for AC voltage at the speaker (wont be much but it should go up as the volume goes up). If there is no voltage at the speaker its a problem in the amp/wiring. If voltage goes up with the radio you have bad speakers. There is an adapter you can buy to use aftermarket radios with the bose factory system. I would recommend that, or you will probably have poor sound and overdrive the factory amp.