Question about Car Amplifiers
I put a new car stereo "Audiowave model acd-8016" in my car, each time I start my car I listen engine sound on my speackers help me please.
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It could be a ground or one of your speaker wires could be tuching metal.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
You need to ground it.
Posted on Dec 25, 2007
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It sounds like your charging system may be causing the problem. The voltage may be too high or the stereo may be too sensitive to high voltage. You need to connect a voltmeter to your system to make sure it's not charging over 14.5v. A normal charging system wii charge at 13.5-13.8v.
Have someone connect a digital multimeter to the B+ and ground wires of the head unit. Have a passenger monitor the voltage while driving. If the head unit cuts out at the same voltage each time and the voltage isn't excessive, the head unit needs to be repaired. If the voltage goes up above ~14.5v, the charging system needs to be checked.
Oct 17, 2007 | Car Amplifiers
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