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I've found something interesting in my fuse box compartment.
#1
It's an Archer Noise Suppressor:

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does anyone else have one of these installed on their car? This thing has two connectors running from it and is wired directly onto the battery...

I had a scoot around the internet to see if I could find something on Archer's site, but I didn't find anything. Maplin's have something similar:

http://www.maplin.co.uk/free_uk_delivery..._33180.htm

Any ideas? Should I care much?
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- Dave Smith

VIN: #00944 DOC: #535
VIN: #03193
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#2
Don't worry about it.

It does as the Maplin site suggests and filters off buzz from the alternator and other sources. It was probably put there by the previous owner in a no doubt vain attempt to improve the reception quality of the Craig radio.

You can either leave it, or remove it. I doubt it'll make much difference.
Richard H.
http://www.deloreans.co.uk
DOC Technical Advisor VIN 1274
In theory, theory and practice are the same. In practice, they are not.
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#3
thanks for the reply.

I might take it out, seeing as it's probably drawing (small) amps off the battery and I won't be messing with any stereo anytime soon...

cheers Smile
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- Dave Smith

VIN: #00944 DOC: #535
VIN: #03193
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