When the radio in a Hyundai XG300 becomes all static, it is possible that the antenna is damaged. It could also be possible that the antenna is loose on the back of the radio.
The antenna circuit is the most likely cause of the static. check to see that the antenna cable is plugged into the radio, and there are no loose wires.
A car antenna booster is used to 'boost' the radio waves of the car's antenna. This is usually used to improve radio quality and reduce static that might be heard.
Sounds like your radio antenna isn't plugged in properly.
Could be a wire crossing in the speakers, the radio itself might be bad. Does it do it all the time? Speakers might be blown. Or, your antenna lead is not plugged into the rear of the radio. Is it radio static, or does it have static on cd/tape as well?
AM radio is naturally has more static than FM. But if it has so much static that the really powerful or local stations are fizzy, that means you need a better antenna.
change the location of the radio, put it near a window and make sure the antenna is extended
The radio antenna is a fine wire imbedded in the windshield. If your radio doesn't pull in any stations, but you get static then probably the cable came out of the back of the radio. If you recently got a new windshied it may have not had the antenna. You should be an antenna at an auto parts store and install it on the front fender.
Do you only have a radio, or do you have a tape or CD player. If you have one of them, do they work OK? IF so, then you have an antenna problem. Try loosening and cleaning the antenna socket ( if it is a regular stalk antenna). IF it is an "in-glass" antenna, you can try to tighten the connection at the radio (hard to get at) and also check to see if there is a break in the wire in the glass or when it leaves the glass to go to the radio.
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because your antenna isn't hooked up properly most likely on the back of the radio
If the player enables radio it should use either an in built antenna of use the earphones as an antenna. Nothing more to buy or build.
The antenna must be simply disconnected.. if there is no signal for the station, the radio auto mutes to keep you from hearing static.. so yes.. remove the radio and yourll know what the antenna wire is and what i goes into.
It's very likely your antenna cable popped out of the back of your radio. Not a major problem, to fix it, just pull your stereo out enough to get at the back of it, and plug the antenna wire back in.
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You need to make sure that your antenna is fully extended. You also need to drive away from power lines.
It's possible there's a problem with your antenna wire. Make sure it's in the radio and that it's not cut somewhere along the line.
Radio static letters : "EMI"
sounds like a ground problem to me..
The antenna is probably not connected
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Since the radio reception is all that's been affected, I'd say the antenna connection is interupted somewhere along it's length. Possibly it has just come disconnected from the deck. May be that there is a break in the wire leading from the antenna to the deck.
Your antenna may have come loose from the back of the stereo, or it may have been switched over to am by accident.
No it will not. Your radio antenna is the top portion of the rear window. unless you cut it somehow.. It is also possible that the antenna booster located on the left side of the back window behind the pillar molding was bumped when tinted and that could cause the static. I had this problem once with a Civic Coupe. pull the cover on the pillar and unplug the antenna wire and the plug it back in. If you have not had the problem fixed try that.
The radio antenna converts electromagnetic radiation to electrical energy