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Well me being me i took my car for a service where there was a factory recall needing to be done on the passenger airbag.... Well that being said i get my car back and the shaker 500 speakers static buzzing like a cell phone near a computer and doesnt stop...well ford claims they had nothing to do with the damage and tells me my speakers are blown when clearly they aren't so they replace them under warranty and then try and charge me an installation fee but they never fixed the problem because immediately upon getting my car back i dont make it out of the service center without the speakers starting to buzz even worse then before.......Has anybody had this problem also? if so how do i fix them because currently they are unplugged from there amps
 

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take it to ford and ask em are my speaker supposed to do this? and when they say no then say then fix it bitch!
 

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i tried that!!
 

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it could be tsb 07-17-6? if it is its not the speakers, its door rattle having to do with the window switch bezel. i dont know, i could be wrong. i had a problem like yours too. took it in and they fixed it under warranty, but it still rattles a little bit once you increase volume after a certain level (radio only).

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^thats the TSB 07-17-6 .pdf file
 

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I believe there is a tsb for the amps being bad. They are behind the drivers
side kick panel. If it is only happening on one side you can switch the harnesses going to the amp and see if the noises switch sides, if they do then the amp is bad. Should be covered under warranty if the car is under 3/36000.
 

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My 2009 GT had a buzz in the door too. Turns out it was loose change in the door pocket. The challenging part was that some of it slipped into the cracks in the door. [I took the door panel off and could hear it rattling around]
While trying to figure out how to get the change out by taking the lower part of the panel apart, I was turning the panel round and round, poking and pulling. One dime, one quarter, and one penny sequentially fell out from the cracks in the door pocket.

Retighten all fasteners and reassemble door and the

Upshot is, no more buzz!
 
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