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Old 10-01-2010, 01:07 AM   #11
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Along with Bill'* suggestion for a direct and solid body ground, you can use a ground loop isolator. Some are better than others, but if you get a good one it should pretty much eliminate the noise. Those gauges can really make some noise.
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I'd also check the grounds at your trans. Could be one is a little corroded and feeding back.
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well i went threw some grounds today and i regrounded it once more along with shortening the wires its alot better, I can barely hear it almost satisfactory(: anybody have any suggestions on a good ground loop isolated filter?
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