Question about Alpine CDA-9805 CD Player
Two common things you can try is to a, Run the speaker wires away from any power wires in your car,
Secondly head to an auto store or auto electrician and buy a couple of ignition noise suppressors. Whiel youre there ask them to qucikly show you how to fit them up as they are all diffferent and this should solve the problem.
However if you do this and theres still noise try changing your spark plugs to resistor type plugs If they arent allready and make sure that you have you stereo wired up correclty with sufficent eath wires and positive in wires.
Also it helps to check that the eathing wire from the battery to the car chasis is clean from corrosion and is sufficent size for the output of your stereo.
Hope this helps you out.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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