Question about Car Audio & Video
While installing a my stereo,amp,sub... I found that i had no place to ground my stereo cuz throught the entire car there was no metal surface that would ground so i had ro hook up the ground directly to my battery and not my ignition what would cause the car to ground out
You should have a ground cable that connects from battery directly to car chassis.This cable should be right next to battery and is usually short about 6- 12 inches .The other ground is very thick and goes to engine .Sometimes you have to scrap paint from metal inorder to get a good ground
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
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