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I would say a bad or cold solder joint on board somewhere. Bad quality control. Might flex radio chassis slightly while keying? A tooth pick and hours of probing around switching area on board and the pa section till problem found.
www.unlockmycarradio.info you'll probably going to need to contact Hyundai and find out if it has a radio code. The 2007 model year had the option for security code on the Upgraded stereo package. Hyundai may need your radio's serial number to determin if it comes with a lockout. Usually the stereo's serial number is printed on the botom or back of the stereo chassis.
Welcome to the noisy Ford system. Unfortunally, most electrical items do get picked up in the CB radio. If you want to try to quiet the sitution, I have suscessfully installed grounding straps to the chassis of the vehicle from the problem source, but I will warn you, these attemps can be fruitless most of the time. Another hopeful cure is to add a choke coil ( noise filter ) in line with the positive wire of the CB. I really haven't found that to work well though unless you have alternator niose. Good Luck