BAD AM RECEPTION IN MY 2006 SONATA!! DEALER REFUSES TO CHANGE RADIO..SAYS ITS THE WINDOW TINT THAT WAS ON IT WHEN THEY SOLD IT TO ME..BUT IT WORKED FOR 2 YEARS,,,EXPLAIN THAT!!

Asked by May 27, 2015 at 03:45 PM about the 2006 Hyundai Sonata GLS FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have gone round and round with the dealership...i feel they are giving me the runaround because they think im a stupid girl..it cant be the window tint that was on the car when they sold it to me!! it worked great the first 2 years!! so i told them, take the tint off..if it works..then my bad..if it doesnt, you replace the tint, AND GIVE ME A NEW RADIO!!! they wont budge..my first and last hyndai

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car window antenna got a bad connection the heat might have crack the connection in the window the glass company can reconnect the antenna and seal it.

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