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My antenna wire is broken right behind my 90% broken radio(about an inch after it come out of the radio (it snapped). How hard is it to rewire the antenna through the dash?
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You can buy replacement Motorola plugs at Radio Shack. Just chop off the broken one and attach a new one. There's even a solderless version that works well.
 

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Thanks.

Are there any good, inexpensive radios available. I don't need touch screens, DVD, playstations, NAV, microwave, etc. Just a radio and a CD and or a cassette player kind a like the original...
 

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According to the electronic parts catalogue, the 1994 - 1998 are the same. Of course, this would only have the cassette player, but would connect to the CD-changer in the trunk.

What's wrong with your radio?... Ron
 

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According to the electronic parts catalogue, the 1994 - 1998 are the same. Of course, this would only have the cassette player, but would connect to the CD-changer in the trunk.

What's wrong with your radio?... Ron
1. Gets 1 station (due to antenna)
2. Plays only tapes only for a few seconds then decides to switch sides. Repeat cycle
3. Cleaned CD player. Plays sometimes, other times 'NO CD'

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