Question about Car Audio & Video
You have a ground loup, or an improper ground. Or if you have your speakers on an amplifier your rca cables are ran on the same side as your power wire to the back. I suggest checking the ground on your source unit. That is alternator wine and is definately fixable shouldn't be too much hassle
Posted on May 31, 2010
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