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tyler3328

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I have a motorola astro spectra in my truck I also have a radar in the vehicle as well. When I turn on the radio and radar I get feedback through it. But only on one channel. The radio is run directly to the battery and the radar is run through the cigarette lighter. And if I unplug the doppler it still does it. What could be causing this.
 

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Ok, so when you have the radar on and the radio on, you get feedback on one channel. Then if you unplug the radar, you still get feedback. What exactly do you mean by feedback? My guess would be if you are still getting feedback with the radar unplugged, it isn't the radar causing it.

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I have a motorola astro spectra in my truck I also have a radar in the vehicle as well. When I turn on the radio and radar I get feedback through it. But only on one channel. The radio is run directly to the battery and the radar is run through the cigarette lighter. And if I unplug the doppler it still does it. What could be causing this.
You need to provide more details on this issue. Is the feedback during reception on the Astro Spectra of a radio transmission?

Is the feedback coming from the radar detector?

Is this feedback coming out of your normal dash radio?

Come on and provide very specific details on what your calling feedback. Not going to get much help if you can't define just what exactly is the issue.
 
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