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Radio Static Noise When Volume @ 0

I have a new 2010 GT with the Shaker 500 radio. The other day I was sitting in the car with the radio on but the volume off. That's when I noticed a low static noise coming through the speakers. I tried to isolate the noise (front, back, left, right) and found that it was coming from all of the speakers. I turned the volume up to one bar and still could hear it. The noise is present with the car running and turned completely off. Any ideas as to the cause?
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most stereos have suspressors to compensate for the engine creating that...not sure why yours is not working...might talk to a car stereo store or the dealer..
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Its under warrenty take it back. There are alot of problems with those radio/cd players.
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Thanks for the advice! I found out after I posted that the issue is occurring in almost all of the 2010s w/o navigation. Supposedly Ford is working on a solution to correct. Its probably going to be a software & hardware fix from what I hear from owners in Calif.
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