Question about Car Audio & Video
Two things: Either a faulty ground on the radio's chassis or a faulty antenna that rain has rusted out. Yes FM may work but the AM will be crappy. Run a jumper cable from the car body to the radio chassis. Then try a new antenna.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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