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I have a Volvo 2008 S60 my AM radio doesn"t work but my FM works. I had a Parrot 3100 installed the FM worked for a while then went in and out , then stopped working. What do I DO? Also the parrot 310

I Don't know where the antenna is installed, my friend tried to find the antenna and its not in the rear bumper.

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Most antennas are located in the windshield or back window... there are booster boxes that boost the signal on its way to your receiver
somtimes they are located hidden in the trunk..and are about the size of a half pack of cigarettes.. see if you can get a schematic to help locate the boosters .

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