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Following an "incident" with an overhead garage door, roof damage was repaired and the antenna replaced by a reputable body shop, but no reception on AM band and limited FM reception on my '03 jetta monsoon radio!

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Remove the antenna and check that it is connected properly. the body work could have resulted in a poor connection.especially the ground connection to the roof itslef.

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