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Radio problem toyota yaris 2000 model

I have a problem with my radio. it cannot pick up fm signal and keeps scanning. when I tune in am station it is in good signal. how can i solve this problem thank you

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  • Anonymous Feb 22, 2009

    My X reg Yaris 1.0 has a problem with the FM very faint and very distorted with crackles. The AM seems fine. Would this still be an aerial problem.

    How do I get the unit out to check?

    Thanks

    Peter

  • miguelvarela Mar 07, 2009

    I've a toyota yaris sol from 2000, and my radio also don't tune fm, only tune am.

    I don't know if I should try to buy a new one or if it can be fixed

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    cannot get am stations on my 2000 merceded s 500, i only get one station and the tunner keeps on going round and round, also i do not get many FM stations too

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This is usually caused by a defective antenna ground or a disconnected antenna lead at the back of the radio

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