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1992 Honda Civic Radio has only static

I brought my 1992 Honda Civic to the dealership to have a new heating cable installed and now my radio plays only static. I brought it back thinking that they didn't re hook the antenna cable correctly. They said that they had and that the radio must have just stopped working. The Tape player works but I have only static on the radio.

How do I remove the radio so I can check for myself if the radio has been properly hooked up?

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If the tape player works fine and no static u most likely have a problem with your ground,check to see if your radio is getting good ground and also check the antenna unscrew the two bolts on top of the car and carefully pull the antenna upwards and check the wire connected to a piece of metal where the screw goes (if good) add another ground to your radio.

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