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I enhance volume car light shimmer and amp off.

Car audi a4 95 year 1.8 petrol 5V engine. power cable 4AWG alpine cda 9835r. Mybe need more power from alternator or need capacitor?

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I strongly recommend charging your capacitor before you hook it up and begin using it.

Most Power Cap's will come with a 'resistor' your should first charge the Capacitor with this resistor (until it is charged (14v)), and then install it.

Otherwise, sparks *will* fly.

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Need more info. Are you sying that your lights pulse to the bass? Capacitors help. I would recomend at LEAST a 2 farad. Make sure you are using GOOD QUALITY 4 gauge power wire. So many "kits" say 4 gauge, but strip it back and you have a glorified 8 guage wire. I've seenit. Also, MAKE SURE that it is ran to the bayttery and use the SAME gauge for the ground (no more that 4 feet if possible).

In case your next question is "how do I hook up a Cap?", here it goes:

Power AND ground to the cap, then power AND ground from cap to the amp input. So very easy!!

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Larry T
Winona Lake, IN
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