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2019 Honda Pilot crackling noise from speakers when radio is on or off

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Sounds like the noise I had on one of my after market radios. The problem was the radio was internally short circuiting. replace the radio.

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Should be under warranty. Check with the Dealer.

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SOURCE: Crackling noise coming from my speakers

sounds like a short one wire is hot all the time for the clock and memorey may have to change radio

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Are your speakers factory? Sometimes the wires start corroding from moistures or from not being covered well. If you can or know someone who can, you may try checking the wires to the speakers/radio. If they are corroding, they may be shorting out.

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SOURCE: I have a 2006 Honda

this vehicle will require a new cd/radio. the mother board that controls the cd/radio is burnt out

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SOURCE: 2014. Why are there crackling noises in RF speaker?

You may have a short or open condition in the wire/cable connecting the two. Especially the ground connection, if it gets disconnected, the the main signal wire will pick up every stray electric/electronic noise near the wire.

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