Question about Audio Players & Recorders
When you say no sound a mean not at all or you just have a noise sound, because if this is the matter the antenna should be the problem, you have to check the antenna connection and depend of your car Make/Model/Year the antenna input is at your factory amplifier, if this is not the case you have to disassemble the radio and check the connection at the back of the radio and make sure the antenna is tied and secured to it, if you recheck and see that the antenna connection is OK, them the problem is the radio and in this case you have to open the radio, check the circuits inside the radio to find out the problem but this is more complicated and needed for especial tools.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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