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Hi, I have problem tuning FM radion in my car casette player - Pioneer

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Then what is your problem? tuning proibem? well i guess based on my experianced poineer car stereo were not repairable unless theres an available parts... the problem is might be in the IC tuner.... you need to contact for an service technician to repair in this kind of matter...gud luck!

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