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Old 04-10-2012, 03:25 PM   #1
Dragon Tats
 
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FM reception????

Has anyone else experienced basically crap FM radio reception? And if so have you got any answers from GM regarding it? I had bad reception on the stock stereo, driving down the roadreception gets staticy and goes in and out like driving through a tunnel. I had my stock stereo replaced and I still have the same reception issues. My only concern is if I bring it to the dealership they are going to throw their hands up and say I installed a aftermarket stereo.
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