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Static noise coming from interior rear by speakers

I have a 2002 jag s type. there is a static noise that sounds like a speaker turned up real load without music. It's coming from the area around the back speakers and shuts off whn the car shuts down electricaly. It sounds like a speaker short but the noise is not coming from the speakers.

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  • billaln May 11, 2010

    how do you know the noise is not from speakers, what did you do to determine this?

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CHECK REAR AMPLIFIER (INSIDE TRUNK) BAD CAPACITOR OR BAD CONNECTION. REPAIRED MINE TODAY.
COST $30.00-

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