Question about Car Audio & Video
Check the antenna cable or antenna
is connected properly to the back of the unit, and check the cable all
the way along to the antenna - these are prone to internal corrosion
when they get a bit old. Easiest way to check is to get a new antenna
and cable (they are cheap) and plug it in directly to the back of the
Check the ground connection of the unit is good - any terminals might need a clean up - disconnect the battery first.
These guys have a service manual for sale;
here's the LINK for a free download of the owner's manual (it says is for the 635, but is also for the 634);
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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