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Old 08-24-2002, 06:27 PM
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I have a 1995 gsr....the stock wire harness for the cd unit its working right...there is only one hot wire all the time and even when the key is on....the remote doesnt even get hot...there for i have to wire my cd player into my fuse box to get it to keep memory...

which isnt a big deal when i turn my head unit on it makes the speaker in the door thump and when i go from track to track on the cd it does it as well....

i have mb quarts in mmy door....componet set..with a cross fire 140 watt amp pushing them...and the mb cross overs hooked up...everything is wired right but i cant understand for

1. why its making that thumb when i change tracks and turn the cd player on..
2. i am getting feed back in the speakers and the rca and power wire are not even near each other...

i took everything out and re did everything and its still happens...

Also when i change the settings on the cross over on my amp it makes it even if i turn the cross over off i get no sounds...if i turn it on lph then it makes the speakers jump more...if i set it at hpl (i think thats the letters) then it doesnt jump as bad but still makes the noise...

Also i thought imight add that i have my remote wire stright into my fuse box as well...and i have the amps come on with the key and the cd player can come on at anytime....

any sugg. would be great..

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Old 08-26-2002, 08:09 PM
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hmm...the only reason why i could possible think is due to the fact that your the remote cable and the rca's are close enuf to cause that noise. Have u tried attaching the remote to something else like the cigarette lighter?
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Old 08-30-2002, 08:08 PM
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Try a different remote source like the factory clock. Like LJN said it could be the RCAs, or something internal in the head unit.
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Old 09-02-2002, 09:53 AM
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what head unit do you have?
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