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Re: how to install in-line noise suppressor
This type of filter goes in line with the power for your radio. Cut the wire you are using for your power the red wire on your filter is the input the blue wire should go to the power for your stereo and ground your filter and thats it.
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The blue wire from the stereo is for something else, like a retracting antenna. So don't connect the blue wire there. The Blue wire of the suppressor is the 'new' Red hot wire that connects to the red wire (12 volts input) of the stereo.
The battery is flat? You can get a jump start if you know someone with long battery leads (use the type with a voltage surge suppressor in-line). Alternatively buy a small battery charger and hook that up overnight (they are inexpensive)
BTW if you drive a Corvette you really should have a battery charger (just joking here)
First if the jumper cables were hooked up backwards you could have killed your battery, which was probably dead to begin with. Get a new one then try and start. If it doesnt look more into the ignition switch than the starter. Alternator has nothing to do with starting, it could be bad and not charging the battery but will not cause your car not to start.
Sounds like you need to install a noise suppressor,go to radio shack ,buy a noise suppressor and install it in the power line that feeds the radio, connect it between the radio power line and the power feed from the car. good luck and please rate this answer,thanks.
the alternator can make the popping sound through the voltage, some radios need a suppressor fitting to them. on the power lines, you can get then to go on the alternator if the alternator is still giving out the right voltage, it could be the suppressor in the alternator has gone, can make light go dim and bright on revs.
It's not your alternator, why would that cause your lights to flicker as it goes through the battery FIRST (read: it's a giant power filter/surge suppressor)?
A Nippondenso alternator should last for about 10 years or 150K miles or so, unless you are driving 100K miles a months, stop replacing the alternator.
What does the noise sound like? I think you have a serpentine belt, is that correct?