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Hi, Have you checked ALL connectors for tightness.They have a habit of working loose after a time with the motion of the car,especially a truck. The push in ones being the obvious ones to check first,the earth next both ends. Even the ariel could be loose underneath, if you have that type. Failing any of the above re-make connections and see how you go.You may have loose connectors in side radio,or dry joints. LUCK
If your on/off button is also the volume control. Pull on the knob as you turn the volume up and down threw this section, don't pull so hard that you pull it off the radio. Do this a few tims it seem to work for me when I get static at the control knob. It either gets dirty in there or corrossion, or just a bad contact. Usually it's when the volume and on/off button are the same button.
first of all if you live in a cold climate I never turn the radio on until the car warms up if you can remove the knob on the radio spray a light amount of WD 40 and then put the knob back on and turn it back and forth and if you have pop on your hand or water also dry your hands off before touching the radio the lights and the radio will last a lot longer also and also before leaving the car always remember to turn the radio off it will be alot easier on your battery as well
Basically the volumn knob has malfunctioned and you have to get a new radio. no way to fix it....not even worth fixing. If you dont want to replace your stock radio with an aftermarket one you can easily find another stock radio for cheap at a nearby junkyard.