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Old 01 Feb 2013, 04:31 pm
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I have a 1998 honda civic ex coupe. And I get no signal on any station it being AM or FM nothing nada blank! Can someone help me fix this problem or what could be the problem with all this. Please Help??
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Old 01 Feb 2013, 04:46 pm
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Pull the radio and make sure that the connector for the antenna (looks kindof like a TV coax) is plugged in. Then make sure that its connected at the antenna. Its unlikely that it is broke in half and even if it was it should get some signal.

Its also possible that your radio's tuner is dead.
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