Question about Radio Communications
Most newer trucks have a matching box that both are connected too.
they connect the stereo and the cb together on the anntennas.
Posted on Apr 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It looks like you are trying to run the CB and the commercial radio off of the same antenna at the same time? This I gather is failing. This may be due to the pre-wired antenna having a filter on it to prevent exactly what you are trying to do. If this is the case you may have no choice but to run a separate antenna for your CB (this is the most logical choice), now you can try to find the filter if it is an external filter and remove it and use an antenna matching network to connect the CB to the existing antenna system (next logical, but may void the antenna system warranty). In any event you will either have to run another antenna for the CB or find and remove the present antenna filter.
I hope this helps
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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