Hyundai Tucson: AVN System / Speakers Repair procedures

Inspection
1.
Troubleshooting for Speaker
(1)
Basic inspection of speaker
Inspect the sound from speaker after verifying that the speaker mounting screws are removed and the wiring connector is connected to remove any possible vibration transmitted from body trims and surrounding parts.

(2)
Case Troubleshooting
No.
Case
Inspection/Remedy
1
Trembling sound
1.
Before replacing the speaker, inspect that the mounting screw is installed normally.
2.
After re-installing the speaker, verify that no trembling sound is heard.
3.
When hearing a trembling sound again, replace the speaker with new one.
2
Noise
1.
Check if the wiring connector is connected normally. If not, reconnect the wiring connector.
2.
In case of radio static, check if there is a noise from CD player.
3.
When a noise is heard on turning radio and CD on, replace the speaker with new one.
   
In case there is only radio static, this causes from poor radio reception. Thus the speaker needs no repair and replacement.
3
Poor working
Inspection of the wiring connection between the battery and the speaker
1.
Before replacing the speaker, inspect the wiring connection between the battery and the speaker is normal.
2.
Check the supply power to the speaker and the resistance, then inspect the sound quality.

3.
If the speaker works poorly, replace it with new one.

   
When handling the speakers:
-
Do not damage the speaker with impact, like dropping or throwing it.
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Be careful not to drop water and oil on the speakers.
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Caution during handling of speaker because the material of diaphragm is paper which is easily torn by impact or external force.
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Modifying the audio system may cause damage the speakers. If this is the case, the speakers are not covered by the manufacturer's warranty.
Removal
Front Speaker
1.
Remove the front door trim.
(Refer to the BD group - "Front door")
2.
Remove the front speaker (A) after removing 4 screws.

Rear Speaker
1.
Remove the rear door trim.
(Refer to the BD group - "Rear door")
2.
Remove the rear speaker (A) after removing 4 rivets.

Tweeter Speaker (Front)
1.
Remove the front door delta cover (A).

   
Take care not to damage and scratch the delata cover and its related parts.
2.
Remove the tweeter speaker after disconnecting the connector (A).

Woofer Speaker
1.
Remove the right luggage side trim.
(Refer to the BD group – "Interior trim")
2.
Remove the woofer speaker connector (A).

3.
Remove the woofer speaker (A) after removing screws (2EA) and nuts (2EA).

Installation
Front speaker
1.
Install the speaker to the speaker mounting hole in the door in-panel.
2.
Reconnect the speaker connector.
Rear speaker
1.
Install the speaker to the speaker mounting hole in the door in-panel.
2.
Reconnect the speaker connector.
Tweeter speaker (Front)
1.
Install the front tweeter speaker to the front door delta cover.
2.
Reconnect the connector and then install the delta cover.
Woofer speaker
1.
Install the woofer speaker to the left quarter inner panel.
2.
Reconnect the connector
3.
Install the right luggage side trim.
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