Date: Thu, 16 Jun 2005 18:16:53 GMT From: "Nasty Bob" <nospamspeedypancakenospamail.com> Subject: Re: Pressing Brakes causes AM radio Static
OK OK!! Most electrical interference eg. domestic fridges, hoovers etc. are best dealt with at source. The most common sources of interference are electric motors and switches... not sure what the source could be here other than maybe the switch that turns your brake lights on??? Hopefully more experienced group members will have some sort of electrical suppressor for am radio insights...... Cheers - '92 9000 CS 2l(non turbo :( "Craig M. Bobchin" <CBobchinnospamincsi.com> wrote in message news:MPG.1d1b5d88be0117e09896f8nospam.la.sbcglobal.net... > There are several reasons I listen to AM. > > 1: I get traffic reports every 6 minutes. When driving around Southern > California, these can be a blessing saving me countless hours on a > jammed freeway. > > 2: I'm a news junkie. We have no FM news channel here. > > 3: Most of the FM station here suck. Depending on my mood I'll listen to > several FM stations or my MP3 player via cassette interface. (the stock > stereo has no AUX capabilities. > > > In article <lDise.30891$n_6.5557nospamnews.blueyonder.co.uk>, > nospamspeedypancakenospamail.com says... > > > > "Craig M. Bobchin" <CBobchinnospamincsi.com> wrote in message > > news:MPG.1d1b4f9985719d339896f7nospam.la.sbcglobal.net... > > > Hi All, > > > > > > I have a '94 9kCSE that has recently developed a strange and > > > intermittent problem. Frequently when I apply the brakes, I get static > > > on the AM radio. What could cause this and how do I fix it? > > > > > > Thanks > > > -- > > > Remove MySkin to E-mail me. > > > > Appealing though it sounds, I'll resist "removing your skin" and simply ask > > why you are listening to AM radio in the first place? > > > > > > > > -- > Remove MySkin to E-mail me.