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I have 2004 nissan maxima making engine noise when starting n while driving?? what to do? i have 79,000 miles on the engine.

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Buy a ground loop isolator and hook it up in line on the rcas, that will get rid of the whine. If you ran your power wire next to the rcas it will be louder because it creates a magnetic field. If you have a 4 channel amp you will need 2.

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