Question about Jeep 2003 Liberty RBQ AM/FM Radio w/ 6-Disc Integral CD Changer
I hate to be the bearer of bad news,but your radio is dead. I have replaced a few stock chrysler radios for that same reason. You don't have to go to the dealer and spend a ton of money to replace it. You can go to Wal Mart, buy a nice unit for a couple hundered bucks and a fit kit for $25.00 and be rock and rolling again. You could even check the local audio stores for installs if you don't do those jobs yourself. If you want a stock radio, check the dealer for cost, then check ebay. Good luck and if you want to be sure the radio is dead, pull the radio fuse, wait a few minutes so that it can reset, put the fuse back in. Then see if you have fm again. Sorry, but I don't think this will solve it.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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