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The radio works sometimes and other times just static, we have had it checked and the radio is OK. It sounds like something came loose. Do you know where to look for something that would come loose?

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Heres my problem the radio will make the sound of weird static and stopped then if i turned the engine back on radio is fine for a while then the problem starts again


I used to work on radios and televisions way back. Just guessing, it sounds like the radio is loosing the signal from the antenna. The plug could have worked it way out causing it to loose signal. I bought a brand new car a year ago and had the same problem. They talked to me like I was a dummy. I will not say how I reacted to that. If you can take the dash cover off and remove the screws that hold the radio in and see if the antenna wire has worked out. I could fix the problem. If not, you may take it back where you bought it and they can check it for you. If you know someone that know something about getting into the radio ask them. I hope I was able to help. Good luck.

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Firstly the radio fault, Sounds like a fuse or a wire to the back of the fuse box, I know you say you checked the fuses but the wires to the back can come loose over time. Also the wires to the back of the radio may have came loose. Most likely it will be the earth/ground wire that is not connecting correctly. have you tried jiggling the radio about gently to see if it comes on?

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