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My frequency is not strong,i have the station to 88.1 it mixes with the regular music and the movie. what can i do to solve this problem.

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You will have to use a wired fm mod, go to local car audio shop and pick one up

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How to program the radio in a 96Lincoln continental after battery was disconnected


Hi,

Here is the link to the owners manual which you can download if you wish:

http://owner.ford.com/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=Owner/Page/OwnerGuidePage&year=1996&make=Lincoln&model=Continental

Here/below are the specific instructions on the radio programming (pg. 159 of above link).


Good luck & please flag if "HELPFUL". Thanks!

(from section) Luxury Audio System


Selecting the AM or FM frequency band

Push the "AM" or "FM1/FM2" button to select the desired frequency band. Pushing the "FM1/FM2" button more than once will alternate between FM1 and FM2. These functions are used with the station memory buttons described under How to tune radio stations.

HOW to tune radio stations

There are four ways for you to tune in a particular station. You can use the "TUNE", "SEEK", 'SCAN"or memory buttons.

• Using the "TUNE" function:
You can change the frequency up or down one increment at a time by Pressing and releasing either the left (< arrow/up) or - right (> arrow/down) side of the "TUNE" or "TUNE DISCS" button. To change frequencies quickly, press and hold down either the right or left side of the button.

Manual tuning adjusts your radio to any allowable broadcast frequency, whether or not a station is present on that frequency. (See All About Radio Frequencies in this section.)

• Using the "SEEK" function
: Press the right *) side of the "SEEK" button to select the next listenable station up the frequency band. Press the left (.4) side of the button to select the next listenable station down the frequency band. By holding the button down, listenable stations can be passed over to reach the desired station. Pressing the "SCAN" button will begin the scan mode up the frequency band, stopping on each listenable station for approximately five seconds. To stop the scan mode on the presently sampled station, press the "SCAN" button again.

Setting the station MEMORY PRESET buttons
: Your radio is equipped with 6 station memory buttons. These buttons can be used to select up to 6 preset AM stations and 12 FM stations (6 in FMI and 6 in FM2)

1. Select a band, then select a frequency.

2. Press one of the memory buttons and hold until the sound returns and the lamp above the memory button lights up. That
memory button is now set.

3. Follow the above steps for each memory preset button.

NOTE:
Custom memory presets can be recalled using the keyless entry system. See Memory Profile System in the Features chapter.

Using the Automatic Memory Store feature ("AUTOSET")
: If the memory buttons have been set, either by using the Auto Memory Load feature or if you have set them manually, the system is prepared tolet you use a convenient feature called Automatic Memory Store.

With Auto Memory Store, you can continually set strong stations into your memory buttons without losing your originally set stations. Your radio will automatically set your memory buttons to the strong local stations.

Activate Auto Memory Store by pushing the "AUTOSET" button once. Your radio will set the first six strong stations of the band you are in (AM, FMI or FM2) into the memory buttons. The display will flash "AUTO" and display the autoset icon "A" while the stations are being set in the memory buttons.

NOTE: If there are less than six strong stations in the frequency band, the remaining unfilled buttons will store the last strong station detected on the band. After all stations have been filled, the radio will begin playing the station stored on memory button 1.

To deactivate the Auto Memory Store mode and return to the manually-set memory button stations, simply push the "AUTOSET" button. Display will show "AUTO" then "OFF". The next time Auto Memory Store is activated on that band, the radio will store the next set of six strong stations.

Nov 23, 2014 | 1996 Lincoln Continental

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Hi...juz wanna know wat wud be d possible solution for this tv problem. It lacks some channels and didnt respond correctly to the channel and its station. In other words besides that it lacks some channels...


HI. I guess you mix the expression channel with number. The "channel" is the division in "places" for each transmitter in the entire TV frequency spectrum. The "number" is just the preset number one gives to a certain channel stored in the TV. F.i. on can use number 50 to channel 4, which it the last channel in the lower VHF band.
When you to to "manual" tuning, and you select "4", then you may receive this channel, and assign it to any number you choose between 0 and the max presets possible. (mosly 99). After storing, you can choose another "channel ". It is also possible to choose in H or S. H are the regular B1, BIII, UHF channels. (rsp. 2-12, 21-69). The S band contains frequencies in between and above these bands.
Hope this explanation is of any help to you.

Oct 01, 2014 | Televison & Video

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I cannot tune the radio to lots of local stations , most of them with even frequencies (such as 88/0, 91.8, 104.0 etc. The tuner stops only at odd numbers and at only selected stations. It is also very...


The only thing I could find in the manual that might possibly solve this problem, is a "reset".

From the manual:

Press the reset button on the
panel holder. (The clock setting
and preset stations stored in
memory are erased.) (See page
2.)


You can get a copy of the manual here. I hope this helps and good luck. Please rate my reply - thanks.

Jul 12, 2011 | JVC KD-SX770 CD Player

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Can hear a radio station thru my speakers


thats a intermittent RF signal, try to make a grounding wires. from earth ground to you amplifier. let me know if this can do.

Apr 10, 2010 | Logitech X-240 Computer Speakers

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Have a car impoted from japan and need to know how to get local radio station frequencies like 93.7


You are going to have to buy a local radio from a junk yard or an after-market radio. The frequency range for broadcast radio is different in Japan than it is in the US (88 Mega Hertz to 108 Megahertz) in the US and 76 to 90 MHz in Japan. There is a device called a frequency range expander and you can find them on ebay sometimes but no assurances how well it will work.

Check out the website
http://www.epoi.com/japanese_car_radios.html
it is how to get a japanese car working in the UK but you will get the idea.


Mar 17, 2010 | 1997 Subaru Legacy

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Need to use my car radio frequency for my dvd (make is unknown) player but can't figure out which station!


You want to pick a frequency where there isn't an existing station, so the radio will have a clear signal from the dvd player.

If the DVD player only has a few frequencies to choose from, then tune the radio to each one (with the DVD player turned OFF) and see which one has the most static and the least signal from radio stations in your area.

If the DVD player can be set to any frequency, then just pick a frequency (usually down on the "88" side of the FM band) with the least local signal, then set your DVD player to use that frequency.

Does this make sense? Feel free to ask questions with the "add comment" link.
If this solves it for you, please be sure to hit the "thumbs up" for me!

Feb 09, 2010 | Farenheit DVD-36 Car DVD Player

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Pioneer premier deh-500ub presetting stations


Storing the strongest broadcast
frequencies
BSM (best stations memory) lets you automatically
store the six strongest broadcast frequencies.
1 Use MULTI-CONTROL to select BSM in
the function menu.
2 Press MULTI-CONTROL to turn BSM on.
The six strongest broadcast frequencies are
stored in the order of their signal strength.
# To cancel, press MULTI-CONTROL again.
Tuning in strong signals
Local seek tuning lets you tune in only those
radio stations with sufficiently strong signals
for good reception.
% Press LOCAL repeatedly to select the
desired setting.
FM: OFF—LEVEL1—LEVEL2—LEVEL3—
LEVEL4
MW/LW: OFF—LEVEL1—LEVEL2
The LEVEL4 setting allows reception of only
the strongest stations, while lower settings let
you receive progressively weaker stations.

You can also perform this operation in the menu
that appears by using MULTI-CONTROL.
Selecting alternative frequencies
When the tuner cannot get a good reception,
the unit automatically searches for a different
station in the same network.
1 Use MULTI-CONTROL to select AF in the
function menu.
2 Press MULTI-CONTROL to turn AF on.
# To turn off, press MULTI-CONTROL again.

! Only RDS stations are tuned in during seek
tuning or BSM when AF is on.
! When you recall a preset station, the tuner
may update the preset station with a new frequency
from the station’s AF list. No preset
number appears on the display if the RDS
data for the station received differs from that
of the originally stored station.
! During AF search, sound may be temporarily
interrupted.
! AF can be turned on or off independently for
each FM band.

Apr 20, 2009 | Car Audio & Video

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Marshall MG10 cd guitar amp picks up radio frequency?


First of all I would call the radio station and let the know that there over modulating just a bit.this has happened to me a few times even on my tel/phone. I use to get WOKO on my amp. You can try and move the amp to diffrent location , reverce the polarty switch on the back , not much more you can do. But watch out when you here music comming from you toster your in big trouble, just kidding. Good luck DFD

Apr 13, 2009 | Marshall MG10CD 10 Watt Combo Amplifier

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Alpine CDA-9833, how do you tune frequencies manually,


1 Press SOURCE/POWER until a radio frequencyappears in the display.
2 Press BAND/TEL. repeatedly until the desiredradio band is displayed.
FM1 FM2 AM FM1

3 Press TUNE/A.ME to select the tuning mode. (the play/pause
button above source/power)

Distance mode:
Both strong and weak stations will be automatically
tuned in
(Automatic Seek Tuning).
Local mode:Only strong stations will be automatically tuned in
(Automatic
Seek Tuning).
Manual mode:The frequency is manually tuned in steps
(Manual tuning).

select manual mode to tune it one by one.

Nov 29, 2008 | Alpine CDA-9833 CD Player

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Pioneer GEX-FM903XM, system works great, however it often drops out and has just static. The signal indicator is strong. I think there is a bad connection into the radio. Where should I start...


It may be possible that the FM frequency chosen during setup, is in use in your area by a strong signal from a local station. Change to another frequency and see if the situation improves.


The following is from the Operation's Manual:


FM Modulator Setting
You can adjust FM Modulator frequency and output level.
7 Frequency
If output from the FM Modulator is hard to hear due to interference from a strong broadcast
station transmission, you can switch to another frequency.
You can adjust frequency between 87.9 and 90.1MHz.
7 Level
If the output sound is too quiet, too loud or distorted, you can adjust FM Modulator output
level.
You can adjust level between “LEVEL–1” and “LEVEL–7”.
1. Press the POWER button for 2 seconds to enter the FM Modulator Setting
mode.


2. Select the desired frequency
with the left/right arrow buttons.


3. Increase or decrease the Level
with the up/down arrows (buttons).




4. To cancel the FM Modulator Setting mode, press the POWER button again
for 2 seconds.
Note:
• After entering the FM Modulator Setting mode, if you do not perform an operation within about 8 seconds, the FM Modulator Setting is automatically canceled.




Nov 29, 2008 | Pioneer Car Audio & Video

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