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Radio Working But I am not getting any stations

About 3 months ago I started losing AM reception. I thought the AM antenna must have come loose, but as I really don't listen to AM much I didn't worry about it.

Yesterday, all of my FM stations went away. I can't tune in a single radio station. Could this be related to the antenna or do you think the radio is dead?

Does the antenna have a connection back by the CD Navigation cpu?

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  • k_fjellman Jun 18, 2009

    The antenna is inside the left rear window. Right above the navigation cpu. There are maybe three or four different cpu's (or what I think are computers) in this section and many different wiring harnesses. Including one that isn't attached to anything.

    This could be for an option that I don't have installed (Sat radio or bluetooth), but I"m not sure. I can't seen any other obvious loose wires in this section.

  • k_fjellman Jan 21, 2010

    After months of putting this off, I took my car into the dealer. They told me I needed a new antenna amp.

    I had them install it, but it still doesn't work (I still don't receive any stations) and now they want to charge me 3-5 hours of labor to remove the wire harness the previous owner had installed into the car for a sub-woofer he must have had. They say they can't troubleshoot it further until the car is back to stock condition.

    They contend that "custom wiring" must be causing problems with the radio, but that doesn't really make sense to me. Everything thing worked fine when I first purchased the car and nothing has changed since.

    Any ideas on other things I might test or things I could look at before taking it back to the dealership for what I think is a serious waste of money?

    Again, any help is appreciated.



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This is an antenna problem, if u have a power antenna it is very likely that u need a new one.

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