Originally Posted by Benson X
The rubber grommet in the firewall is so thick that I doubt any current will penetrate it. It tuned just fine, so I hope it should be good.
*A little more research shows that you should not experience any interference or bleed as long as the wires are properly insulated and shielded.
As is always the case, but because CB coax is what it is & the highest rating you can get is 95% shielding if memory serves me correctly. Because coax is ALSO part of the antenna you can't get 100% shielded thus the signal will always get interference. My memory might be wrong, but I'm 99% sure that was the case when I researched 2 years ago.
Not breaking your balls, just don't want people to take all that time then turn on a fm/am radio station and their CB cuts out or has engine noise.
In most cases installers tell you to not even run coax on the same side of the door jamb/wire chase if other wires are present.