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Old 02-21-2005, 04:28 PM   #1
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..And I don't think I blew em. Just a horrible sounds and it becomes higher pitched with the rpm'*. I'm think bad connection? The speakers went even used until I got the car. They are the stocker'* in the rear that are making the noise....


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did you run your power wires and RCA wires on the same side of the car? if so...thats the problem...you are getting alternator noise
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sorry i just read the title...

did you look at the wiring? maybe its aftermarket
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I know it'* not aftermarket. The car used to be owned by my grandparents and thay never used the sound system. Plus, I have all orig. reciepts form all work that they, and I, have had done on it. Nothing is showing there has been aftermarket wires put in.
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Clean your alternator and battery grounds. Whining (especialy with RPM) is generally associated with a feedback loop.
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Theyre all right, this has to be ground noise
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My similar whine went almost completely away when I made a better negative connection to my battery.
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