My 2009 Camry radio plays only static on all stations for 10 to 40 minutes then suddenly all channels play fine.

Asked by Jan 23, 2016 at 03:10 AM about the 2009 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 2009 Camry radio plays static from the time I start the car until anywhere
from a few minutes up to now over 30 minutes. All stations. AM and FM. Then
suddenly all stations play fine. Until I stop the car and start it again. Then the
problem repeats. The car has the rear window antenna and no power
amplifier.

2 Answers

43,765

Unless it's covered under warranty, your best bet is to have it replaced with an after market stereo. There's an electrical defect within the system. If you research it online, it seems to be a common issue among Camry owners.

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74,005

I agree. Sounds like a bad solder connection on one of the circuit boards inside of the radio. Unless you know of a good radio repair shop, I'd replace the radio as suggested above. HTH. -Jim

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