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My 2005 audi stock radio it's making a loud sound on the driver side like if is getting bad signal can't some one help me

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Could be a blown speaker try the front/rear right/left on the radio control and see if the speakers sound the same

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Yee gads! this issue sounds like something is shorted to ground, most anything of that type would broadcast into the radio.

Locate, immediately, the source of the burning wire smell. this issue is a serious FIRE HAZZARD. Do not let up until you find it. Burning wire smell, presuming that is what is happening, often results in major car fire... Find the burning wires and you will have your answer.

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