Question about 2003 GMC Envoy
Thanks for your input - I believe the antenna is in the windshield - how can radio stations become static suddenly? - Loose connection of antenna on radio? Loose ground? Where do you suggest I take to get fixed that will be fair - dealerships ****!! Trying to get radio out of dashboard is crazy-hard - need service manual - none available for free on web- have to spend $100 on a manual to fix a loose wire?? - crazy - any help would be most appreciated - thanks - calmaz
No, GM producst are fairly eazy.
there is a trim piece that goes around the radio, held on by push tabs... just dont be afraid to tug at the panel. it will pop off..
then 2-3 bolts mounting the radio.
radio will slide out.
if the antenna is in the window, look for a thin filament where it has to jumper across from the body to the glass.. usually up high, and you'll need to remove the pillar trim.
Have you had any elecrical item replaced recently... ie alternator, battery, blower fan etc?
This will sometimes cause the ground path back to the battery to shift, or has higher magnetic interference than the oem unit.
Hope this points you in the right direction.
I charge $40/hr for troubleshooting which is the national average.
Your local stereo shop should be able to sniff out the problem for you n a reasonable amount of time.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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