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Hi is just added a sub , and for some reason i still get fake engine noise coming through my rear speakers. I have already disconnected both ANC Mics in the car, the one under the light amd one behind the back headliner. Someome told me it might be bc my mew amp has a lot of power. Is there a way to cut the Fake Noise for good, it gets really bad when i rev my car or plant my foot on the gas. Is there a designated wire going for the active noise control i can cut. Will bass blockers work? And also is there a way to possibly tune this out.
 

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I ran into the same issue. Still have less after removing fuse#27, which is labeled amplifier. Radio and voice commands still work.
 

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Does you stereo still wprk after pulling fuse 27. Doesnt that shut the stereo down. Also do you know any other way to disable the fake noise
 

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I have a convertible and I can't figure out how to disable the ANC mics. When I pulled 27 my radio quit working. Can anyone help me with where to unhook the ANC?
 

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Would the ANC cause a noise that sounds like your A/C is on? I just noticed that when the volume is turned down on the radio I hear a slight hissing noise that sounds like the fan is running for A/C when the A/C is turned off. I have a 2017 Ecoboost Premium Convertible that I just picked up on Friday with the Shaker Pro Audio w/Subwoofer. I had not noticed it until last night.
 
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