Why does the amp ground wire make noise?
IT MAY NOT HAVE A CHOKE BUILT INTO THE CIRCUITRY. YOU CAN BUY A NOISE SUPPRESSOR AT RADIO SHACK. THIS SHOULD ELIMINATE MUCH OF THE ALTERNATOR WHINE NOISE. GOOD LUCK! ...BB
Help i installed a stereo in my 2002 Chevy cavelier i have extra wire i think the theft device wires and my speakers are making noises they didnt before how do i fix it?
most of the time you will have an extra wire or two make sure you cap them off or tape them so they dont ground out. and as far as the noise in your speakers you have a bad ground and if you have an amp then you need to separate your wires running to your amp cause they are interfearing with each other and your getting road noise.
On a 200 amp or any size service the ground wire is easily identified. Look in the distribution panel for the neutral bus bar. This is where the service neutral (white wire) is connected to the distribution panel. There you will see a bare copper wire connected to the same neutral bar. This is the ground wire that is connected to the ground rods out side of the house.
you run the speaker wires from the amplifier to the sub woofer. Run the remote wire from your CD player and also from the CD player run the RCA cables to the amp power from the battery to the amp and ground the ground wire to the frame to the amp the. positive to the positive and the negative to the negative remember that.