[DML] Re: Radio Interference
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[DML] Re: Radio Interference



The interference only happens when the engine is running. With the key in and on there is no noise. Start the car and the noise start. The clicking goses faster at higher RPMs. The antennae is in the rear. The wire from the coil to distributor is not like the one Hervery sells so I will say it's not shielded. The noise happens only on AM not FM. I doubt it happens with a cassette playing. Since the cassette player eats tapes I don't play them anyway. Don't know about the gounds yet. Don't know about capacitor(s) yet.

Shannon
VIN 16113



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