Question about Connex 4600 Base CB Radio
when i key up only if my trucks running. my lights all dim, my voltage meeter drops from 14 to 12 all my lights dim and then when i let go of the key my engien revs about 500 rpm then drops back down to normal real quick like... wth!
You don't say how much power you are running, but it must be quite a bit, or you have an amp you're not telling us about. By keying up the radio, you're putting enough load on your electrical system to pull the voltage down which causes you lights to dim, rpms to drop, etc. When you key off, everything goes back to "normal" which means no load so the engine will surge momentarily before it recovers. Depending on how many watts you are running, you may also be affecting the alternator regulator. Your alternator may also be a little weak.
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