Cooling Fan RF Interference after Battery Relocation

PonyGTrider

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Hi fellas,
I'm having an RF interference issue after a battery relocation. On my '90 GT I have a Taurus electric fan managed by a Delta DC Controller FK-45, before I relocated the battery the Controller positive input wire was bolted to the positive side of the battery and had no RF interference on my radio. As I moved the battery to the trunk I connected that wire to the solenoiid along with the 1/0 cable used for the relocation, now when the fan kicks in there is a high pitch noise on my radio.

On the Delta website they sell this filter, will this solve my RF interference? I tried to contact Delta for asistance but it is really hard to find them available can some one tell me whay kind of component is this so I can buy it at an electronics store?

I'll appreciate any help, Thank you all. IMG_E4858.JPG IMG_E4854.JPG
 
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PonyGTrider

Active Member
Feb 27, 2019
116
24
28
58
Mexico
Hi fellas,
I'm having an RF interference issue after a battery relocation. On my '90 GT I have a Taurus electric fan managed by a Delta DC Controller FK-45, before I relocated the battery the Controller positive input wire was bolted to the positive side of the battery and had no RF interference on my radio. As I moved the battery to the trunk I connected that wire to the solenoiid along with the 1/0 cable used for the relocation, now when the fan kicks in there is a high pitch noise on my radio.

On the Delta website they sell this filter, will this solve my RF interference? I tried to contact Delta for asistance but it is really hard to find them available can some one tell me whay kind of component is this so I can buy it at an electronics store?

I'll appreciate any help, Thank you all. IMG_E4858.JPG IMG_E4854.JPG
Anyone out there using a Delta Variable Fan Controller having the same issue???