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I have a 1997 Lincoln Continental.

My problem is, when I put the vehicle in Drive the radio volume stops. The radio is still on but it has no audio. If I put the vehicle in Nuteral or Park the audio returns. Can you help?

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It sounds like the ground cable to either the radio, the antenna, or one of the speakers is lose. If anything in the sound/audio system is not grounded properly, you get will interference from the ignition system.

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