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I have motor noise in my radio

When i step on the gas i have a zipping noise in my speakers why is that

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There are suppressors for the coil and alternator, one of them may have failed. One of the plug wires could be loosing voltage to ground before it gets to the spark plug. Could be a worn out alternator.
You might take a transistor radio and tune it off-station and see if you can find the source of the static.

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