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Sounds like your RCA's are picking up elec noise from the car. If your RCA's are run by your power wire, try running them at least 1 1/2 ft or more. If possible run them on the other side of the car then the power wire. If that doesn't help you can get a inline ground loop isolater that would plug inline w/ your RCA's. Also check your ground. Make sure its tight and where you have it grounded to the car there's no paint or rust, if there is just get some sandpaper and clean it up. Hope this helps...

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