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by noisy do you mean static, squeal on starting the car or what
if it is static it could be a bad aerial
squeal could be electrical interference from starter motor
dealers do not fix radios so you would be better off taking it to a radio shop ( where radios are installed ) for a qualified opinion and diagnosis
if you take it to several and you get the same opinion then get a quote to fix or replace
Assuming it's the monsoon amplifier it's located under the rear deck about 8 inches away from the passenger rear speaker. However unplugging it will kill all the speakers. The only way to properly bypass it is to run all new wires. You maybe able to find another factory amp at a salvage yard.
Warning: Most of the Monsoon head units have a 6V offset, making it incompatible with aftermarket amps.
If you have window tint that contains metal sputter in it. That can cause interference on your fm/am signal strength. If that's the case change your tint to a carbon fiber tint that does not cause interfernce with your radio
two types of noise accur on radio's first is known as a whine,, goes up and down with engine rpm secound is static...normally static is from bad plug wire or plug... you probably have coil packs.. one of them could be arcing.. check it out in the dark of night and look for the spark light. most time good tune up fixes let me know