Question about Car Audio & Video
If your vehicle needed antenna adapters to convert to standard rf ends,(GM uses them, some Fords and some imports as well) chances are you've lost alot of signal. If you can solder well, you can pick up standard antenna ends at Radio Shack and solder them on in place of adapters, this will regain signal strength. If you do not have adapters on your antenna for the changer, check the ground of the RF module. Move it to the floor or directly to the in dash units ground. If you are uncomfortable doing this, most custom car audio shops can knock it out in an hour or so and probably charge 40-50 to do it. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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