Radio noise capacitor

Discussion in 'V8 - Maintenance & Troubleshooting' started by 98SF19, Jun 13, 2018.

  1. 98SF19

    98SF19 AlphaKennyBuddy

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    So I guess my rear RF capacitor was left unattached and must have gotten fried sitting against a hot egr line.
    Any reason to replace this? Front one is intact. I don't suppose this being disconnected had anything to do with my radio cutting out occasionally (and staying out). Doesn't this just prevent rapid popping on radio from cylinders firing?


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  2. E1

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    If your radio sounds good I would not worry about it.

    If you need a replacement, I might have one around somewhere.
     
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    normally, they are easy to find at the jy. I agree that if the radio sounds fine, I wouldn't worry about it, but check the radio on an AM station as those are the most sensitive to rf interference.
     
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    I know that the eec fuse will blow on mine if i forget to attach the radio noise capacitor
     

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