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Speaker noise in car at all times

2003 3000/GT radio does not work,static noise coming through speakers with radio on or off.pulled radio fuse noise went away,pulled Power window fuse noise went away,pulled radio and all plugs noise still there when key on,Is there an amp in car and could this be the problem and or a bad ground,if amp suspect where is it located in car?

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I replaced the amplifier that was mounted under the passenger seat it had gotten wet after the convertible top failed during rain storm

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