Question about 2000 Volvo S80
Its very possible a knob may have been bumped as a tech was getting in/out of vehicle, but fact of the matter is, this is a he said/she said kind of case. and these stock radios are junk to begin with.i highly doubt anyone would go to the effort of removing/replacing a stock radio. they just simply aren't worth anyone's time or effort. techs often -mistakenly or not- get blamed for incidental damage and when accused, it gets their dander up. you're not going to get anywhere with this one. my advice? buck up and buy a good radio if you plan on keeping the vehicle. www.crutchfields.com is a good place to shop. they often provide free shipping and always include installation hardware and needed electrical adapters and instructions. great place and great service from my experience.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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