I think they are just differentiating between the 14 speaker system and the 17 speaker system. You did not pay for the speakers already in place. If you had service and they charged "oil filter w/ 5.0 liter engine" it does not mean you got a new engine, just the one that fits that particular engine.It reads and appears to me that the amp replacement came with the 14 speaker system. Therefore, my question is where are my 14 speakers I paid for? Because I am sure they were not damaged, and, they never reported that they were. Please someone help me clarify if I am right or wrong. I quoted exactly as on bill at time of pickup after dealership had my car for 2 months doing repairs.
Yes same annoying issues here. I keep bringing it back in to dealership over and over again and still no improvementSymptoms before complete stereo losss: Stereo clips/cuts out regardless of source
Turning off the vehicle and turning it back on would resolve the issue originally...
Then it didn't resolve the issue and apparently the Amplifier was blown.
Dealership overnighted a replacement Amplifier from california vehicle had around 18k miles. (I drive over close to 150-200 miles a day) So long trips with no music sucks!
Now same thing happened again... Vehicle has just slightly above 20k miles. Just happened Friday when driving to work. Stereo does not come back (No Audio, No Beeps from the Parking sensors anything driven by the amplifier/speakers)
Has anyone else had this issue or experience similar problems? I'm not sure if this is just the ultimate version having this issue due to the additional speakers.
When I originally purchased vehicle the audio clipping did not occur.....
I've had no sound after a remote start a few times in the winter. Restarting the car would fix it, but rather annoying to have to do so (sound actually came back as I shut off as I recall). Since it's warmed up, I have not remote started recently and have had no sound issues (other than sometimes slow Siruis boot up).