2685Re: [solectria_ev] Re: Radio interference.
- May 3, 2007My problem is exactly like Michael's and Gordon's. (I'm getting good at just
coasting when I want to hear a conversation or song on the radio.) And I
like the rear antennae idea. I really wouldn't care about the 'look' of the
car being changed. So all I need is the nerve to drill a hole in my car
But thanks for the solution idea.
On 5/2/07, Michael Conn <ev_in_la@...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Bill Swann" <dbswann4@...>
> > I hear a lot of radio static except when the car is stopped. The
> > Faraday shield on the 3 phase motor connector is in place. Are
> > any other areas to check as a source of radio noise?
> > Thanks
> I have the same problem on my 97 Force. The message about moving the
> antennae to the back seems like a good idea. I would test that with
> hand held antennae before running a new coax. It seems that a filter
> on the coax designed for the right frequency would stop the noise.
> More clues for somebody smarter then me:
> 1. I do not get any noise when using the CD player, so I figured a
> power line filter would not help.
> 2. If I coast with regen off, the noise goes (mostly) away.
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