Question about 2002 Dodge Durango
Most likely your antennae cord has jiggled loose from the the jack on the back of your radio. If it's not something you can see from underneath the dash, you'll have to pull the radio to be able to plug it back in. If you do have a view of your radio from underneath the dash, look for a loose wire (typically black, about the size of a coaxial cable, with a silver tip on the end.) There's a hole in the back of the radio where that needs to be reinserted.
Posted on Oct 20, 2013
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