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09 issues with audio aux noise and sever oversteer

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Old 05-28-2010, 01:08 AM
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Hello everyone,
Just got one of these as a work vehicle but noticed a coupl of things.

1) AUX input with my Ipod is ok, but when I plug in the DC charger I get severe noise whether it is plugged into the front or glove box adapter. I used this same cable and Iphone in my other cars with no issue.

2) Severe oversteer. I plan on lowering the front tire pressure and raising the rear to try to help. Anyone else notice this. My past FWD work cars never exhibited oversteer this badly.

thanks,
 
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Old 05-28-2010, 01:38 PM
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Lowering the front tire pressure and raising the rear will probably aggravate your oversteer problem. You might want to go the other way with that.

Are you carrying a heavy load in the trunk?
 
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