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Bad radio when i turn on my radio it gets so loud that i think its going to blow my speakers and it wont let my turn it down. any help?

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The voluum control is bad and needs a replacement to control the sound. It has happened to me also on this year vehicle years back. I went and purchased a used radio which worked fine. Aftermarket replacements are good also but very time consuming to install

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