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Radio Speakers will have static/will not play.

When i turn a corner or hit a bump, the speakers go out. could this be a loose connection or crossed wires?

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  • James Hill Aug 25, 2008

    do i need a special tool to remove the radio?

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Either one or check with socket of speakers

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