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The radio in my 1989 GMC is really erradict and comes and goes.Is this a common problem with these?

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  • blhensley Nov 12, 2009

    I think you are right!

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Yes after time i see this alot and is time to replace it with and aftermarket one because you could find yourself with the same issue you have now if you go with a used oem one. hope this helps and good luck.

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    wel good luck and let me know if you have more questions.

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It is a common GM radio problem. Especially in their trucks. I would recommend going to junkyard and get similar used or just get a cd player and wiring adapter and install that instead. They are cheap.
Walmart, ebay, amazon.com

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