Question about Radio Communications
Possibly an antenna problem. Check your antenna set up. Be certain all connections are tight, and there is no damage or smashed places in your coax. Also check to see you are using the correct antenna for your frequency bandsplit. Depending on the type of antenna your antenna may need to be trimmed to a specific length. Look at the coil at the base of the antenna (black dixie cup shaped device). Check it for corrosion. Shake it, if it rattles, replace it.
Swap your radio with another vehicle's radio and see if the problem stays with the radio. If so, your radio needs service.
Posted on Feb 11, 2014
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