Question about 1995 Dodge Ram
THE STARTER IS NOT A GOOD PLACE TO GROUND YOUR RADIO THE BATTERY IS CONSIDERED THE ONLY GOOD GROUND, BUT IF THIS IS NOT FEASIBLE YOU CAN USE A BODY GROUND. IF YOU ARE INSTALLING A HIGH END SYSTEM THEM RUN POWER AND GROUND TO BATTERY FOR BEST RESULTS
Posted on Dec 09, 2014
The entire frame and chassis of the vehicle is grounded via a heavy gauge cable from the (-) post of the battery. Various jumpers are used to ensure the (-) 12 volt side of the battery is present on body panels, framework, etc. throughout the vehicle.
The *best* place to connect electrically operated devices (audio especially) in the vehicle is AT the (+) & (-) battery posts - or as CLOSE to those points as practical. Doing so, will reduce the chances of objectionable "noise" being introduced to the radio on the power leads. This is especially true when trying to connect the ground or (-) lead(s) for equipment. "Dirty" power can actually be heard through speakers as static, hiss, popping, whine, etc. The battery is the cleanest source of power in the vehicle and should be used whenever clean power is essential.
Posted on Dec 03, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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