Question about Car Audio & Video
Sounds like alternator whine, can be a hard thing to fix or something really simply. here are some things to try: check your ground at the battery first, make sure it's a good connection on the battery and the bolt it's grounded to on the car, make sure the battery connections are clean, positive and negative. make sure you have a "good" ground on your amp/amps and radio. you can also try grounding the radio and amp at the same location to avoid "ground loops" don't run a long ground from amp, but run a wire from the radio to the amp ground. hope it helps. dave
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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