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Old 10-18-2012, 01:59 PM   #1
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Default aem uego high pitch noise issue please HELP

need some help guys. My newly installed uego is making a high pitch noise through my speakers. Ive tried 4 different grounds, with the last one being right on the battery. As far as power Ive tried different circuits, clock, radio, cig lighter port, with the last being connected directly to the battery. No matter how the hell I connect this thing I get the high pitched hum. It doesnt change with rpm just a nice constant high pitched hum. If anyone has any ideas Id sure love to hear them. Im going insane. Ive spent six hours troubleshooting the hummmmm trying various wiring scenarios.


After brain storming this evening I was thinking about maybe if the sensor is grounding through the downpipe. I havent done any grounding upgrades in the engine bay yet... Maybe there is a difference in potential between the gauge ground and the sensor grounding through the downpipe??? I'm reaching for any answer at this point.....
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