I disconnected the connector to the speaker under the glove box in order to change the cabin filter and now I can reconnect it. Has anyone ran into this issue? I tried contacting Tesla and they want to charge me $96 just to diagnose the problem.
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I'll take a picture of it tomorrow when I get back home.Can you get a decent picture of it?
I might need to go with the soldered method too.I broke this connector as well. I don't know what is wrong with that connector but it's a pain in the ass to remove and breaks off pretty easily (unlike the light ones, which come off easily). I was left with just the ferrules... I just soldered mine back on (bypassing the connector altogether).
I might need to go with the soldered method too.
Are the 2 sides of the wire interchangeable? I'm wondering if I need to solder a specific side of the cable to a specific side of the speaker.It's really easy to solder to the speaker, actually. There's very large points where the speaker contacts already are soldered to the connector block. The most annoying part was stringing an extension cord for my soldering iron into my car!
Are the 2 sides of the wire interchangeable? I'm wondering if I need to solder a specific side of the cable to a specific side of the speaker.