It's too late. The tint is already on....JustForFun said:Then go with non-metallized tint film.
Ceramic based by Huber-Optik or another non-metallic type by 3M called "color-stable" are also options. They are more pricey than metallic or dyed films however.
Personally, I have 3M on my car and my AM and FM have not changed at all.
I figured those were the options. I didn't know if anyone had a novel solution, like an AM signal booster or something.bruno said:Since the tint is already on, you have just a few options: Put up with the static, don't listen to the AM, wait and see if it will disappear, or have the tint removed and replaced with a successful brand already mentioned. Is it possible for you to return to the shop and work out some compromise?
I will, as I'm driving such a cool, tinted-out car... Thanks...bruno said:Previous posters have asked about boosters but I never saw a satisfactory answer. Bottom line is....if you had clear AM reception before you tinted the windows, then you know it's the brand/type of tint that is affecting your AM reception. I would still consider going back to the installer and discussing other tint options or getting $$ back and going some place else that installs ceramic tint. It's frustrating but a solution is possible. Hang in there.....