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Old 03-13-2012
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Re: FM stereo interfence, Sensibulb LEDs and 12V Jacks

Originally Posted by josrulz View Post
The antenna cable looks like any standard antenna cable I've seen in a car or on a boat. That should be shielded, yes?

There are no ferrite cores installed on any of the stereo, if I recall correctly.

Certainly worth a try.
Yes it should be shielded. Mine just has a thin piece of ordinary wire for an antenna.

So what you do is take both the live and ground wire, pass them through the hole in the middle of the ferrite, then wrap them several times around the ferrite.

Like the top picture here but more wraps : Filtering Out Interference Signals with Cable Ferrites
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