Originally Posted by mitchell0715
with that type of power just run a 1/0 ofc run to the back to a distro block with 4ga ofc going out to your amps.
you should be able to just run it along the floor inside the vehicle and through the factory grommet on the firewall.
dont waste your time with the whole frame rail thing for that amount of power
the dedicated ground i was referring to was to replace your chassis as the grounding point, considering your power needs you can use the chassis as a ground just fine but upgrade your big 3
Whats it called when you replace the chassis as ground?
Currently the shop grounded both amps to a factory screw on the back wall of the cab and a factory screw on the floor near the seats. Since I had no static noise with the FLS 125.4 for the past few months I thought everything was all good.
Originally Posted by tymoto21
Google pioneer pico fuse fix
It's easy to do and a must if you have a pioneer with whine
And you could run one wire and use a distribution block to wire to each amp
As soon as that annoying sounded started, I jumped on the web and learned about this pico issue. I will do this also. It sounds like your basic static noise plus the sound of wind through a phone. Its loud and extremely annoying lol.
Both amps have their own wire and fuse to my battery or do you mean grounding them together to chassis?
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