Question about Audio Players & Recorders
If it is a problem that has just started, it is probably a bad earth on your antenna. If it is fender mounted, it may have dirt and rust under its base. Try loosening it off and cleaning under it with some emery tape. put it back together and try it. If you still have no luck, it may be that the antenna has a faulty internal connection. replacement may be necessary.
If the problem has always been there(since radio installed), you may need to do some radio interference suppression efforts to the car. Check the aerial first and see how you go. In the workshop, we have a spare aerial to plug into the back of the radio and temporarily earth it to the chassis somehow to check for an antenna fault.
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
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