Question about Car Audio & Video
Yes you can connect these wires to ground
this is used to prevent "Ground Loops" (un-even ground points in the system)
un-even ground points cause engine whine noise in the system and by connecting the stereo and amplifier grounds together usually resolves this issue..
So just connect one end to the same ground as the stereo and the other end to the amplifier ground location..
Hope this info helps
Posted on May 20, 2011
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