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Have you checked the frequency of that Station?
Also check your aerial.
I have also found this: Listeners to DAB digital radio in the Merseyside area will need to retune on Wednesday 20th April following a frequency change that will affect local radio stations.
The local DAB multiplex carrying BBC Merseyside, Radio City 1-3 and Capital Liverpool among others will be moving to a new frequency in order to allow better reception over a wider area. The current frequency will be turned off late on Tuesday 19th April. The new frequency will go live from 6am on Wednesday 20th April, after which listeners will need to rescan their DAB radios in order to continue listening.
Sirius is a satellite biased service , so it uses a satellite antenna , local stations how ever don't use that antenna and use a dipole antenna , are both type antenna's connected to your radio , lots of installers don't bother to connect local antenna to new radio installs , im mean you got Sirius why'd you want local stuff anyway is there thinking
AM and FM transmit differently, so \it's not surprising that there's a difference in the number of stations you pick up. Also, AM radio is a dying medium, so there may not be as many staions in your area as there are FM.
You can assign radio station presets on your stock VW radio by tuning to the radio station you would like to preset, and then holding down one of the preset number buttons until the radio beeps. You will now be able to access the station by pressing the preset button.
Two likely causes. 1) Your antenna (or antenna lead) is going bad. If you can access the back of the radio, make sure the plug is seated properly. If you have a stereo shop near you, they should have a test antenna laying around to test it for you.
2) The tuner module is going bad. If that's the case, it's not worth repairing. Time for a new one.
that means that you toggles the radio just to receive local stations. It squeezes antenna input. Just find the loc button on the radio and toggle it again. in the manual its calles local stations oposite to long distance
the indicator should switch of when you toggle and more radio stations should be available but also to many stations will appear on your radio. For that reason that function is on there
You may be now living too close to a radio station. Sometimes when this is the situation, anything electronic gear plugged into a wall socket can act like an antenna, thus receiving signals from local radio stations.