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How to take out the care stereo from the desk? my radio does not catch ne stations looks like the antenna cable is off from the stereo

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Go to www.metraonline.com and look up kit for your car it should have a disgram how to remove the dash to get the radio out.

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Good Afternoon Michael

Sounds most likely to be an antenna issue. Most everything going into the radio needs an antenna to be picked up. Sometimes, a station or two might still be heard above the static if they are local and fairly strong signals.

If you can get normal sound from other inputs, like MP3 players or CDs, then the amp and output parts of the unit are fine, and it's an issue of getting an input signal to use.

If you have the tools, pull the stereo head unit from the dash and make sure the antenna input cable(s) are firmly in place. Likewise, depending on location, you can likely get to the base of the external antenna, where the other end of the cable plugs in, and make sure it's in snugly.

lacking the tools - you can talk to your dealer or a local car audio place. They'll likely have the tools, and a check for antenna cable connection would not likely be too expensive or time-intensive.

Good Luck!

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Hi i have a 95 buick lesabre i bought from a friend everything works great sides the radio i have an after market stereo jvc model no kd-g320 not sure witch color the antenna wire would be car has a power...


Antennae wire and other wires for the stock stereo are listed below:
1995 Buick LeSabre Stock Radio Wiring Diagram
Car Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Orange
Car Radio Ignition Switched 12V+ Wire: Yellow
Car Radio Ground Wire: Black/White
Stereo Radio Illumination Wire: Gray/Black
Stereo Radio Dimmer Wire: Brown/White
Stereo Radio Antenna Trigger Wire: Dark Green
Stereo Radio Amplifier Trigger Wire: N/A
Front Speakers Size: 5 1/4? Speakersir?t=modilife-20&l=as2&o=1&a=b00009uhre
Front Speakers Location: Doors
Left Front Speaker Wire (+): Tan
Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Gray
Right Front Speaker Wire (+): Light Green
Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Dark Green
Rear Speakers Size: 6? x 9? Speakersir?t=modilife-20&l=as2&o=1&a=b00009uhre
Rear Speakers Location: Rear Deck
Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Brown
Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Yellow
Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Dark Blue
Right Rear Speaker Wire (-): Light Blue

Feb 19, 2015 | 1995 Buick LeSabre

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My stereo in my jeep will only play am stations no ft stations anyone know how to fix this


stock radio or not? we can not guess that (we blind)
if far from FM stations and close to Am
many good radios, ;play AM ok, and not FM
so the antenna is bad, make or use a test antenna, and BINGO facts. speak.

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Where is antenna for radio


It is the top[ lines in the rear glass. If you look close, you can see the separation. Most new window tints are metallic, and ruin the antenna, I made sure they didn't tint the antenna on my 2003 Civic. Any aftermarket antenna will work, the antenna cable coming out of the radio is just like any other.

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Im trying to install a new car stereo in my 1994 chevy z71 but i cant find the antenna to hook it from the stock radio into my new radio?where would i find it?


It will ne a black co-axe (TV aerial cable) cable near the back of the old wireless. I has probably fallen back and down amongst other wires behind the dash

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Radio on toyota avensis verso 2001 not catching the stations, just noise and hissing, cd works fine. Cannot find where antenna's entry, to begin with. Could any one help? Had a similar problem?


The antenna connection is most likely on the rear of the radio. If the antenna is not connected, you will not be able to hear any stations. The first thing to do is locate the antenna connection and make sure it is completely connected, then try to find stations

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Radio reception in 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis is poor. Very few stations come in and static is louder than program. CD part of unit works great.


Buy yourself an aftermarket antenna and install it. Do not get a power retractor, nor one with a ball on the bottom, just one of those simple 31 inch rod units.

You will most likely have to pull a fender liner to mount it and fish the cable around to get it to the back of the radio. Try and avoid an extension cable. A local car stereo store could do this cheap in about an hour. Retracting antennas, in the windshield antennas just do not work.

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I need the radio operating manual for a Jeep Patriot 2009 model. Where can I down load it from as the local dealer cannot seem to find a hard copy for me.


following is the procedure. u can also check ehow for more details.
  • Twist the negative cable off the terminal on the vehicle battery, using an adjustable wrench.
  • Remove the factory issue stereo. Pry off the radio trim bezel with a flat head screwdriver. Remove the four bolts on each corner of the radio. Pull the radio out the dashboard. Unplug the thick black radio antenna cable. Disconnect the wire harnesses from the rear of the stereo. Place the old stereo to one side.
  • Prepare the dashboard for the new stereo. Fit the radio installation sleeve provided with the aftermarket stereo to the radio installation kit. Feed the sleeve through the portal of the radio installation kit and bend the tabs on the sides of the sleeve to secure it in place. Feed the audio wiring of the Jeep and the radio antenna cable through the portal of the assembly and slide the assembly into the dashboard. Secure it in place with the bolts removed earlier.
  • Wire the new stereo. Connect the wiring of the stereo to the audio wiring of the Patriot, using a custom wire harness adapter. Push the connections together until they snap into place and test the connection by tugging gently on either end.
  • Plug the radio antenna cable into the alloted port on the rear of the aftermarket head unit.
  • Slide the connected aftermarket stereo into the prepared housing in the Patriot's dashboard. Click it into place in the radio installation sleeve, taking care not to trap any wiring.



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    I can't get any radio stations to come in on my 2004 Sequoia radio. The antenna seems to be moving up and down just fine. The screen used to show the artist name, song name and station, but has stopped...


    no radio stations: propably Antenna cable is disconnected even if it goes up & down... try check it both ends
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