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2004 Toyota Echo - had the battery changed...

Hi, had the battery changed on my 2004 Echo. Now FM no longer works - spotty at the best of times, pure static the rest of the time -, but AM and CD player are fine. Actrually, AM is stronger than it was before. How can I fix this? Help, Cindy

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If you had FM stations programmed before the battery was changed, you need to go back and reprogram them

Posted on Dec 01, 2012

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    Hi Tom, Yup, I reprogrammed all the radio stations and what I get is 90% static and 10% faint and spotty reception. What I want to know is if there's anything that could have been damaged in the radio or antenna when the battery was charged. Or if there's something else I need to be looking at to get the FM portion of the radio to work again. As I metioned in the post, CD player still works and AM signal is even stronger than before.. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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