ChristoSlang wrote:Weird one
I'd suggest that you disconnect the window motor in the right-hand door (whilst the window is closed!) to see if the problem persists. Easy enough to do by lifting up the console with the window buttons on it and disconnecting the plug underneath.
If your problem is gone, buy a generic electric window kit at Autostyle and replace the wonky motor in your door...
Peter Connan wrote:I am not a radio expert at all, but as far as I know the only electrical system in a car that can routinely cause radio interference is the high-tension side of the ignition.
1) Are you using "shielded" plugs (BPR5/6ES instead of BP5/6ES) (the R means it is shielded for radio)
2) What condition are your HT leads in?
SCUBA Patrol wrote:I agree with Peter, also check the condition of the coil as that is where most of the noise is generated.
Also go on the Community forum and ask "Dirty Dog" the question if there are no answers further on this forum. (He is a radio fundi)
offroadbiker wrote:So what you are telling us is that Tinus knows a radio GURU, yet he has never organised a -radio day- where we can all get together and sort out all our radio problems and make sure that we can all talk to one another
Every single Forum trip we struggle to get everybody on the same channel - eish I am disappointed in the man
iandvl wrote:PS: A final tip from Andries (the guru) - and something I was not aware of. Reception can be vastly improved by trimming the antenna to 1/4 wave lengths (ie: feed cable MOD antenna whip length = 0).
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