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Static in radio if you activate brake it goes away or rev motor up

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It's probably your spark plug wires. Look up spark plug wires for your model. Certain bikes require greater resistance before the signal reaches the cylinders. It's a common problem with radio waves.

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Though not familiar with auto that old, I would guess that there is a voltage leakage in system. Spark plug wires, coil, condenser all are culprits. Old trick to see if there is voltage leakage is to examine engine and wires while hood up in dark garage. In any case, if the above components have not been replaced in a very long while it is always a good idea to do so. It will only help.

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When i brake on my 2003 supercrew, it sounds almost as if a horn is blowing. very annoying


Hello, You may have a bad brake booster, there can be a check valve in the feed line to the booster. You need to have a pressure check done on the brake booster. Be careful not to use any chemical which can dissolve rubber or plastic if you use a spray around the booster. A water spray may indicate a leaking booster if you test it with the engine running. The rpm will change from a leak.

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I have put a boss in-dash dvd player iny car and i ran the bypass parking brake wire to the ground wire, and it plays but when i start my car a whizzing like static noise. And everytime i press the gas it...


That is static off the motors electrical's system. Go to a radio shack and get a noise suppressor the positive end go on the positive end of the radio and the negative end go to ground this will bleed off the static just like a capacitor in a power supply. Ask one of the old guys at Radio Shack.

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Have the ECU checked for shorts, it sounds like it needs replacement.
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