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Engine noise from Pioneer radio only

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I installed a radio (Pioneer), an amp and some speakers into my car and got some engine noise. I tried everything I read from this and other websites but no luck at all. Then I tried using other radio's and there we go, problem gone.

Can anyone perhaps tell me why this problem is only with my Pioneer radio and maybe how to fix it?

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Radio shack sold some ground loop isolators for the amplifiers who got this problem.Good luck.

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