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Radio has static, we've had it checked, radio OK, but something seems loosse somewhere. Do you know where to look for something that might come loose and cause this?

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THE ANTENNAE CAN COME LOOSE AND DO THIS LOOK IN THE TRUNK

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Somewhere in the car is a loose connection or a bad sensor element creating the sound. This could also be static build up and discharge somewhere in the vehicle.

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You may be making this too complicated.
When the air temp is high, the battery can become weak. So a battery that tests "good' today may be "fair" when it is 90 degrees.
Heat and lack of water are the biggest killers of car batteries.
And a starter can take twice as much current to operate when hot than when cold. Dampness and humidity are also factors in electrical circuits.
I would disconnect the battery when the truck is going to be parked for more than a few hours until you find the problem. That way you will know nothing in the truck is draining it.
Also, you should have the output of the alternator checked. A failing alternator would not have anything to do with the check engine light on your truck. The alternator can be charging 5 amps which would be enough to knock out the battery light, but not enough to handle the heat and the load of running the ac. It should be able to charge 40 or 50amps at road speed when needed.
The check engine light and rough running stuff does not involve the starting system. Only the battery, starter, and cables.

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