Question about Car Audio & Video
I had to unplug the noise canceling mics. One is located in the dome light fixture in the ceiling up front. You have to take the fixture down and you will see a little black box. The second is located on the back dash. You have to let the back seat down and pop the dash cover and the little box is setting right in the middle of the dash between the rear speakers. Pretty easy to get to both of them...and the feedback noise is gone.
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
INSTALL A HIGH QUALITY CONVERTER IF U ARE USING THE FACTORY RADIO. CHECK YOUR GROUND CONNECTION, INSTALL A BETTER SET OF RCA JACKS. THE NOISE IS BEING PICKED UP THROUGH THE RCA CABLES, RUN THEM ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE CAR. U CAN ALSO PICK THE NOISE UP FROM THE FUEL PUMP, BUT BETTER RCA WILL FIX MOST PROBLEMS
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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