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Sound car i have problem with my sound car beacuse my sound is catch the engine my amplifier have make the noise with the engine can you help me pls thanks

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The problem u are havin is interferance.

make sure your rca's are run separate from the power lead, then check that you have a good earthing point and if you still get your problem then get your auternator looked at.

You can buy a ground loop isolator witch is around £5 this will filter out these noises

Hope this helps if so please rate :)

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