I have the amp grounded to an existing seat bolt and I sanded off As much paint as I could. This was the only easily accessible thing to put the ring terminal onto.
Grobbins, are you talking about my setup, lol, BC I'm having the same exact issues and practically the same scenario.
I can't find anywhere else to ground to. What do you reccomend I do for a ground. I've considered that was my problem from the start but the fact they were merely working made me push it aside until now.
97 4runner, 3RZ, 5 Speed
Headunit: Pioneer DEH-P9800BT
Mids: Pioneer ????
Tweets: CDT DRT-25
Fronts Amp: Memphis M-Class 4x50
Sub Amp: Diamond D3 400.1
Substage: 2x 12" Dayton HO's
Electrical: 160 Amp Alt, Kinetik HC2400, Interstate DCM0100, 2/0 Throughout
how would I go about grounding straight to the frame? Run the ground out of the cab onto the frame? what kind of screw or an actual bolt? can the ground get wet ? lots of questions I know but I want to be sure. Still learning here lol
yeah guys try relocating your grounds. sand to bare metal, make sure they are tight.
People complained about my sig so I changed it.
also check and make sure your subs aren't out of phase ,been seeing that alot around here lately as well,also you said you box is 6.5 ^3 ,is that before port and sub displacement or after that also may be an issue .
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Fi SP4, crescendo amp, custom enclosure, hu, new wiring, etc... My Christmas gift to myself and not yet happy about it. Guys, if you can please help me out on my "Box hz tuning" thread also, I'm looking for every possible solution to my sub problem, I really appreciate it.