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This could be happening for a variety of reasons. The potentiometers could be dirty, and need spraying with electrical contact cleaner. The antenna connection inside the unit could be compromised, or there could be a cracked solder trace or power supply, or modulation problem. You can try to take it apart and see what you can see, but it will have to be troubleshot to be fixed, if cleaning the switches and potentiometers doesn't help.
Stereo asks for code sporadically,
will not turn on or will turn on then powers off?
This problem was troubleshot to poor connections on the
fuses in the fuse box under the hood. Access the fuses, twist each fuse in
it's holder. This will clean the contacts at both ends of the fuse and may
bring the stereo back to a more reliable working condition.