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Thread: brandnew rear speakers crackle! HELP




  1. #11
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    You may have an issue of grounding, make sure verything is set how weta said

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    ok sweet, il try that out tonight..thanks a lot for all your help...ohh and one last thing..what is a loom, im not a car whize so help me out
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    A simple Google Search came up with thousands of hits, I think you can find one

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    If it was me i would just be testing a new set of wires first
    Also i would be checking the earths as mentioned above and check all the connections on the back of the head unit.

    Most likely the wires running thru the car will be shorting. This was the case with my rear speakers in my nissan.


    Do the speakers have a whining noise with the crackling when you turn the engine on? Had a similar problem in my falcon with alternator noise.

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    ahhh ha i got it..it was the spark plug wires!!! who woulda figured.thanks a lot for all of your help:cheers:
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    you still should ensure that the speakers dont have contact with the car's chassis metal-to-metal as you say because in a car the chassis is ground for most electricity; hence if you ever have any other grounding issues they may damage your speakers, this is likely why the spark plug leads were causing the crackling; they were shorting to ground
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