Question about Car Audio & Video
Is it the wiring or what
Probably that ground, seat bolts are bad 'cause they rust, seat belts are even worse 'cause they have some sort of coating on them to keep them tight but it screws up their grounding characteristics.
Find a good solid metal place to ground to as well.
Also, make sure the head unit is grounded well and if all else fails, try a new patch cord from the head unit to the amp. Process of elimination is needed to solve these problems.
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
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