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have the radio checked out as the band change switch is not working. Try going into the mode /menu section of the radio and adjusting it there . Changing antenna does nothing as the radio works on either band with the same antenna
bad radio. FM is harder than AM but do try , 1 thing remove the antenna plug from radio jack. then add a 3foot long insulated wire, any wire to the inside center jack pin, forming a temporary antenna. no AM now? , then bad radio. good now?, your antenna is bad.
Have you pulled the radio all the way out and make sure the attena is plugged in the unit itself. I would first make sure the new attena's wire is the same exact wire going directly to the stereo unit. Insufficiant grounding of the unit can also cause a weaker signal it will receive b/c it relies on it more as a ground rather than a clear signal receiver and alot of interference and static is transisted instead.
you know the more people i tell the less people know. A cd player in a car has the lifespan of about 4 to 5 years max and we in europe download everything to an iplayer then play our music thru the fm radio(saves space and anyway CDs are now obsolete)who listens to a radio when its all online.....and you can use your iphone for satnav/radio/iplayer.all in one....i even use mine to watch the world cup.....