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This is a discussion on Weird noise from Deck within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Anyway, I've been installing my carPC and probably have WAY too much crap behind my deck and LCD. But recently ...

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    Angry Weird noise from Deck

    Anyway, I've been installing my carPC and probably have WAY too much crap behind my deck and LCD. But recently whever I make a right turn and only a right turn, I get a scracthing noise only when i'm using my XM radio!

    I have an adapter that changes RCA -> IPBus for my computers sound, my XM also plugs into this adapter; this adapter is powered. My computer isn't hooked up right now or I'd be able to determine if this unit is causing this....

    anyway, I've grounded my LCD, Deck and this adapter to the metal plate that the factory head unit was grounded too... would only using this ground cause the problem?

    Any input or ideas would help cause I'm going insane!

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    i would put a noise filter inline with the unit...i had a similar problem to you with alternator whine...this totally eliminated the problem!

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    thanks for the reply!

    When I get off work today I think I'ma rip everything out and 1, make sure all the connections are fine, if everything is fine, think I'll try clearing some room by shortening all the cables and pick up one of these bad boys...

    hope I'll be able to make one fit back there.. hehe

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