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1984 GOLDWING I took my radio out of the dash to wash the bike. When I put it back in and turned it on there is a high pictch squeal now. I can still hear the music though, why the squeal?

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Water in the connector is what mine was. Try drying with blow dryer. Hope this helps.:)

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