Question about Kole audio QX2-1920 Car Audio Amplifier
My car is giving bad ground feedback. i tried everything moved the ground many places in the car. can it be the deck?was working fine then one day started feedback bad?
Make sure you run the Positive wire from battery on one side,which is normaly the drivers side. Then run the remote wire and the spearkers on the passininger side. Feedback comes from two places, Your radio or your amplifiers. If running to amps always run sepert positive wires with 25amp fuses on each. For the ground (8g) and power wires are always best at 4g or 8g wiring. The ground wire must go to a clean spot of metal that is ether the frame or chasey of the car. Plus use metal srew to mount the ground wire. If it is not giving you feedback then thats a good ground which is ok to mount 2 or 3 amps max. If you still hear feedback, it's time to look at the radio and make sure the ground wire is good.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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