Question about 2008 Honda Ridgeline
Cuts out ?
well, all FM radios cut out for.:
1: weak station.
2: stereo can not be held in properly( can be bypassed on most RAD , pick mono)
3: AGC drop out, same as #1
on better radios (RTM) you can defeat these default features.
set the FM to mono channel mode, and now you hear all stations.
also kill the AGC mode. this allows you to hear
the station. and static or both. like a Marconi radio of days of old.
modern radios are programmed to blank weak stations.
tis a fact. im a tech and tuned these features, for 50 years.
ok the fix,
1: move closer to station
2: get a better antenna (vast choices)
3: go to station and turn the gain knob up and get arrested by FCC.
Posted on Nov 07, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: radio intermittently cuts our
hi you will have to remove the the seering cowls clocks surround the surrounds that go round the radio and heater controls centre consel around gearlever cig lighter surround ect [ not an easy job ] give yourself 2-3 hours because these radios are screwed to the frame behind all this and unless you take the heater controls off they are awkward to get at yates210456
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
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