Question about Car Audio & Video
The FM radio does not work. AM radio works fine and all the other components connected to the receiver work. I have disconnected and reconnected the fm antenna and I reset the entire unit, with no success.
Unfortunatly it sounds like the FM tuner pack is faulty and only replacement can cure it.
Posted on Jan 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: FM RADIO DONT WORK..MODERATE AM
if you installed an aftermarket antenna you may have to splice two wires to make full connection, email email@example.com and explain and they may be able to email you instructions for a solution you may not have it grounded properly.
Posted on Mar 14, 2007
if you have lost am and fm it sounds like the antenna connector on the back of the radio has come off, if you find that is the case put it back on and secure it with a strip of tape
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
IT IS NOT A PROBLEM AT ALL, MOST CARS NOWADAYS DON'T HAVE SHORTWAVE ANTENNAS, THEY OFTEN COME WITH ANTENNAS SUITABLE FOR FM STATIONS SO WHEN SW DXers LIKE US HAVE CD PLAYERS IN OUR CARS WE SHOULD ALWAYS HAVE IN MIND THAT ANTENNAS MUST BE CHANGED, HERE IS THE SOLUTION.. GO TO A RADIO SHACK OR EBAY AND GET ONE OF THOSE HIGH SW ANTENNAS AND YOU ARE READY TO GO.
HOPE IT HELPS
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
SOURCE: FM Reception with Jensen MSR3007
I have the exact same problem with the exact same stereo. I started by removing the in-line AM/FM/VHF Separator and connecting the antenna directly to the stereo. The static/popping/fade-out continued. Today I swapped to a new antenna, but it did not help. I swapped back to the original antenna and for a brief while, I had good reception. The I went to coil the excess antenna cable and the static/popping/fade-out resumed. I have narrowed it down to either the antenna connector coming out of the back of the stereo or an internal circuit. Either way, it does not look like a do-it-yourself fix.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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