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Old Tue, Oct-05-2010, 04:33:35 PM   #1
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Default Original Radio broken!

Hey guys!
I am new in this forum.
I bought a 1994 coupe, and the radio on delivery was broken. When they told me the radio must be replaced with a new one, but I would like keep it in original cond. . I heard i weard noise from the left rear when i turn it on. Sounds like antenna trying to go out but can't.
Where must i start?

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I need to add the radio backlight don't work and if i look closesly the radio is on for about 7 seconds then goes off.
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