Question about Car Audio & Video
Try a different antenna. Usualy a replacement antenna is only about 6 dollars. Try this first to make sure it is not the antenna. Even cheaper if you have at least 6 to 10 feet of wire splice one end and stick into the the antenna hole of the stereo. Extend the rest of the wire and see if signal is better. If the signal is better then the antenna needs to be replaced. If it doesn't get better, then the stereo needs to be worked on.
The only problem with that is that any delco service center will start at about $75 to look at the stereo. Replacing may be cheaper in the long run.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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