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Old 02-06-2013, 07:33 PM
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Make sure, during your install, that you find the best grounding spot possible. Use a small grinder or sander to clean the metal until it's bright and shiny. Use quality connections that are made out of good, clean metals and secure your ground so that it makes direct contact with this metal.

Poor grounds are the most common source of annoying interference and poor electronic performance. In audio systems poor grounds produce a "whine" that is audible through the speakers. It will grow louder and more annoying as the gas pedal is pressed. This is true for CB's also.

Good luck with the install! I'd be interested in hearing how it all worked out for you.
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