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Poor radio reception in 2010 camry. Is there a radio signal booster available?

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SOURCE: No AM radio reception in my 2002 Audi A4

do you get any stations, even weak stations on the AM band?  If not you have a bad radio and need replacement.  Try having someone hold the antenna as you scan the AM band.

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SOURCE: 98 BMW M3 radio has poor or no reception

Check first the connection of the radio to the antenna... there is a cable that should go to the back of the radio. See if the cable insulation (the rubber like covering) has openings or the connection is loose before checking any of the devices that may boost the signal.

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SOURCE: poor radio reception

could be or the station you have on.in between towers you will get static.

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SOURCE: Poor FM radio reception 2010 Prius

Check the antenna connection where it connects to the stereo it may be loose or not in all the way.

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Chk. for a poor connection wear entenna plugs into radio, it could have corrosion or it could just be loose.

Posted on Sep 06, 2009

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The radio has a built in small power sourse to increse reception. A reception booster..
That power sourse may be failing..
Very common on the stock stereos..
In my opinion - it it worth wile to have a brand name stero installed.. It is not real expensive to do..

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