Question about 1994 Jaguar XJ6
This is signs of an older radio. The 2 options you have is either replacing the unit, or taking it to someone who does radio repair. Due to cost effectiveness, not a lot of people still do this kind of work. It is a lot easier to just replace the unit with something you desire, like a CD player. As the components inside the radio wear (i.e. turning, pushing, etc.) they cause this issue. This is not an uncommon thing to have happen. You are not alone. Let me know if you need instructions on replacement. I happen to have one sitting at my shop shop right now to be able to walk you through it.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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