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2003 santa fe radio not working

We do not get ANY Am or FM stations, just plain static.... we tried pulling out the radio and checking all the wires... I think it must be something with the antenna...

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If you are getting static, you need to replace the antenna. you can also add an antenna booster.... but chech the connection of the antenna inside the radio to make sure it is still connected.... if you have the origional radio for the car connect that back up and plug the antenna in on it and see if you get the tunes, if you do then it is a wire problem in the new radio with the antenna wire itself....hope this helps you out

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