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ANYONE ELSE HAVE THIS STUPID PROBLEM? i mentioned it to the dealer and they gave me the runaround saying the brakes can pull a lot of power from the electrical system which can effect the antenna if you're listening to a station that doesn't come in clear to begin with. i call BULLSH*T.
The only thing i can think of is that it started happening when i replaced the headlights with Halos and the tailights with LED bulbs. i just don't see that having an effect on the radio antenna.

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cameradude said:
ANYONE ELSE HAVE THIS STUPID PROBLEM? i mentioned it to the dealer and they gave me the runaround saying the brakes can pull a lot of power from the electrical system which can effect the antenna if you're listening to a station that doesn't come in clear to begin with. i call BULLSH*T.
The only thing i can think of is that it started happening when i replaced the headlights with Halos and the tailights with LED bulbs. i just don't see that having an effect on the radio antenna.

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cameradude,
To help isolate the fault, try pulling the fuses (2) that feed the brake lamp switch circuit. Only pull one at a time though, so you can determine if it's the light circuit or the ABS circuit. This will give you a starting point from which to diagnose. I shoot Nikon by the way. ibis1 ;)
 

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He shoots Panavision, or RED.

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rafa said:
He shoots Panavision, or RED.

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haha! sometimes, mainly Panasonic and Sony HD Fiberoptic

thanks for the tip, i'll try that this weekend!
 
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