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I have a static noise coming from my speakers, I have a system set sens last year my 4 channel amp burne so' I replase the amp,no wiring was change just the amp,now I have a factory radio wish is what I am using and has you know the remote cable runs from the fuise box to the amp.when the radio is turn off is that a hear the noise coming from the speakers and is not engine noise,it sound more like static or some sort of cranking noise.the minute I turn my engine key in turn on position I hear the noise. thank you please help

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Change the ground wire. Make it as short as possible also.

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