Ok, thanksYou might have inadvertently muted your stereo, or you got a loose connection somewhere.
Please tell us a few details about your car like year, trim, etc.
The loose connection can be from the main line going to the speakers. You can also check the fuse, it could be busted. I'll start with the fuse because that is easier to check.Ok, thanks
I checked the mute…Not that.
I’ve checked the wires…nothing is loose.
Please bare with me
My car is Mazda 6 (2008) GH luxury something
I’m not sure what other info would help
Is Mazda has always been a tied with Bose? I know there are other brands that are popular with sound enthusiasts and so I wonder why they didn't choose one of those.If you have a Bose system the amp fuse is under the hood, not under the dash.
AFAIK Mazda has always used Bose and the way they integrate it is the proper way. All the other "premium system" brands in other car brands require adapters that are sometimes very expensive just to add an amp, let alone replace the HU.Is Mazda has always been a tied with Bose? I know there are other brands that are popular with sound enthusiasts and so I wonder why they didn't choose one of those.
And don't ask me what brands are those, I'm not an enthusiast.