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While we’re on the subject: Again, thanks for your prompt and courteous reply! I just used this technique last weekend to fix my FM radio issue in my 93 with taiy CR I’m baffled and shocked. The radio does not pull straight out, but rather comes out on a slight downward angle so that the radio rubs against the shifter when it is being slid out. I mean, it would seem that you’d want the clamp to be RIGHT after taiyl antenna before any “splitter” arrangement.
I would love to take care of this myself. Powered by Denizen – Custom Software for volvo Enthusiasts.
Made it through a Canadian winter with problems this year. As I recall, this was a common trouble caused by a simple clamping diode designed to drain static charges acquired by the antenna mast at 60 mph in most all auto radio designs.
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However, the FM is dead-silent. The two bands use that transmission line differently if it isn’t balanced. Removal brings the FM back as long as the engine is off. This led me to believe it was not the antenna, but rather something in the radio.
RWD – FM Radio failing/AM is ok
I have tried pressing the clips on either side to release the radio, but to no avail. And do you know the original mfgs.
You must essentially bend press these either one side at a time or both together txiyo the radio by putting the screwdriver in on a slight angle then move outwards to depress the tabs. I ran a ga wire from the battery through a 20A fuse and under the carpets to the amp power wire.
Hi Doug, Prompt and courteous? Any thoughts on that? So, after I got my Ipdusa replacement and installed it, Raiyo discovered that the AM worked much better with an antenna; but the FM was silent. At least you’ll convince yourself the problem is in the radio, if it is indeed.
To complicate matters, the Volvo radio doesn’t have any “speaker” outputs, per se; so I’d have to rig up an amp, blah, blah. A woman once called and asked if Yoo-Hoo was hyphenated.
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On the way back, he spied two lions asleep on the road. ALL SV90 I have the C radio.
Pull the radio and connect it on your workbench. The FM is failing intermittently in my radio. I have no idea if the original poster 9 years ago!! It took a lot of time and fiddling – electronics is not my forte – but was a fun project and felt good to recycle the old “Volvo” amp Afraid to wake them, he gingerly stepped over them.
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Hi Chris, Thanks for your helpful reply. Plug and play culture nowadays. But thanks for the info, anyway! Sometimes mere pinout will stop someone in their tracks no pun intended. But, on that same subject, what would you recommend as to specs for a replacement that WON’T bust?