So when driving at night time with my headlights on they pulse to the beat of my bass on my stereo. also so do the dash lights.
I have an 800 W amp hooked up to a 10inch box. my question is if put in a high output alternator in will that take care of my problem. I think I need a new alternator anyways because the volt meter on the gauge the needle is just above the 0
Naw they are a piece of cake the instructions are in the box with the cap. As far as your volt gauge goes its not giving the correct voltage. There is no possible way to have just above zero and you were driving down the road with headlights on... Much less running subs lol I would take it to the nearest auto parts store and have them check alternator and load test the battery just to make sure they r in good shape
depending on year or not for an 800w amp I'd upgrade the alt to a cs144 amp. Amps = watt/volt so 800/12 = 66.67amps which is damned near the full output of an 87 or 94 amp factory alt.
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It takes the voltage reg time to adjust output. You might want to look into a one farrad capacitor. It is hook up to your amp power wire. It keeps the electrical system from seeing those pulses from the base.
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