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XM radio static.

Installed XM radio in 05 F-350 Super Duty 4 door with lumber rack. Have tried mounting in a couple different locations, yet still hear static unless touching the unit with my hand. As soon as I move my hand away the static returns.

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SOURCE: Need an In Dash XM Radio Installed on 1997 Honda Prelude

well...there is an after market for this, but it's a little high end at this point.

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SOURCE: My xm radio has a lot of static no matter what

check from your so rounding if have electric motor running. that machine also give static response to your radio unit.

Posted on Apr 05, 2010

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