my antennae was broken, i bought a new one and replaced it, my radio wont pick up signals

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Asked by Apr 12, 2016 at 01:42 PM about the 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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perhaps it was not installed correctly...these can be tricky, as the dash can become a "frankensien's monster" co-incidentally MY very own Nissan double-height cassette and disk and am/fm suddenly display quits~ was ok and would play a CD if you monkeyed around with it...to these things are unreliable~ ...so improper installation...if it's pickin' up stations...they did it right~ get a new one if it still is not workin' right!~

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i got a new antennae... all i had to do was screw it back in place...but i still cannot receive signal.......nothing else seems to have been hurt when the antennae was broken.. it unscrewed from the housing in one complete piece..

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the antennae was broken, not the radio

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6,035

Funny my stations would NOT come in..I was ready to get a new double-height unit from the junkyard...was pissed and grabbed at it...THEN discovered that a suitable ground was NOT established and kinda jiggled around for a living...BUT cold nights established the lack of electrical connection...that truck is a frankensteins monster...kid pulled out the doorswitch and did amateur surgery on the electricals to put his BASS BASS pounding horrible bass...and Failed to do any oil changes~ so that was my story of the day...insufficient ground~

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mr nueske - i see you are not understanding my question...maybe someone else can help?

6,035

I understand your question...and my answer is bad ground is at fault...replaced antenna....when doing so did not connect the ground~ geez, find a person who understands your question...if that ain't it~ this is no way to do business....in fact this job is volunteer~ FYI~ take it or leave it~

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