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91 dakota strange electrical problem

I recently put a new sound system including a capacitor in my 91 dakota sport truck, several days later, while running, suddenly wipers won't shut off, marker lights won't shut off, tach don't work, left blinker indicater stays on steady, when I turn left turn signal on truck spits sputters and try's to die. I forgot, battery indicater shows overcharging. When I come to a stop the truck seems like it wants to die. Can someone tell me what could possibly be the problem?

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Is that capacitor wired in such a way that it could be feeding back? I'd remove it for a while & see what happens.Hopefully some damage hasn't already been done, if that was the cause.

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