Hmmm... interesting. Hadn't thought about that in regards to the XM [altho' recall hearing crud when listening to AM especially, and FM sometimes]. But, this situation that I spoke of earlier is only when I'm on the north side of them, waiting for light to change on a divided highway near here, for example. Not discounting what you are saying, but think the problem I'm describing may be more due to the trailer blocking the signal.Ciberblade said:FYI Hobbers ~ what you are experiencing with the semi stems from the wattage of CB radio the truck has...and that your unit must accept such interferrence -- with a high enough wattage CB, the trucker could kill an old VW bug
Probably not a whole lot but most of them I have seen are factory installed and on the back most spot on the roof. If mine wasn't prewired I would probably go for the easiest way.juantamad said:regarding car antennae installation,does it realy matter if it's on the roof,or on the trunk lid?
It'll be easier to run a wire to the trunk lid alone
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