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Old September 26th, 2008, 02:18 PM
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barry f
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Radio Issue

I am still running the stock radio in my 94. It has been fine for the most part. I just put in new alpine speakers behind the factory grills. The sound was great for a bit but now it will play and then all of a sudden I loose sound. Power is still going to the radio but sound goes dead. It even happens when I put in the ipod tape adapter. When it was just the radio I was convinced it was the antenna plug at the back. I don't care if the radio is crapped out but I am wondering could it be a wire. I would hate to put a new head unit in with the stock wires and have it not work. I am planning to put in a tuffy in the next month anyway so any recommendations would be appreciated. Also I am in LA so if anyone knows of a place they would trust to put the radio in let me know.

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