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Calling all radio gurus and car audio enthusiasts!

Best way to get rid of engine feedback coming through my speakers?

Normal temps its fine, gets worse when its cold, im assuming its probably grounding related

What recommendations do you guys have to eliminate or bring it down some.
I figured a dedicated ground would work since its currently connected to the factory ground.

Current Setup:

Kenwood DDX9703S
- iDatalink Maestro
- OBD2 Gauges/Reverse Camera Setup
JBL Stadium Component System Front/Rear
-Powered by JL Audio 600/4
(2) 6” Digital Designs Subwoofers in ported box under rear seats
-Powered by JL Audio 500/2
 

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grounding related
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Things decay

Including the hood strap grd (antenna)
 

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I figured a dedicated ground would work since its currently connected to the factory ground.

So you think a dedicated ground would help, did it? You have quite a bit of aftermarket electrical stuff and you might want to review how that is setup, i.e. power sources.
 

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I figured a dedicated ground would work since its currently connected to the factory ground.

So you think a dedicated ground would help, did it? You have quite a bit of aftermarket electrical stuff and you might want to review how that is setup, i.e. power sources.
Power sources are solid, radios done this prior to putting anything else in.
 

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Things decay

Including the hood strap grd (antenna)
Antenna is deff in the list to replace haha but don’t trust the stubby ones yet.
 
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