Question about Car Audio & Video
First of all have you connected a good antennae. Please double check this out if the antennae cable is shorting with the body ground. If possible use an external antennae wired to the set. If this wont help, then we have definately an issue within the front end of the radio section. Check within the set after putting the mode to Radio for any detecction of EMI. Use a signal injector if you can to trace the signal back from the preamp audio to the radio IF. If you get a response you might have a failed IF processor. Replace if you are able to do so.Initially fix the frequency to the most powerful channel and shake wires or connectors to get a reception. if so solder the area in question.You could also put the Radio on for some time to check for any capacitor electrolitics that have reduced in life/value. I hope this helps. Good day
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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