When you have the am radio on in your 98 Chrysler concord you get static as you accelerate?
we prefer FM...AM is extremely sensitive to RF interference from the ignition wires, which increase their output as engine RPM increases...no easy fix...good luck... also ...everyone should have a manual for their vehicle(parts store or dealer), and a local library should have professional shop manuals available in the REFERENCE section for free...make copies of the appropriate sections...read up and good luck :)
1996 Chrysler LHS radio powers on but not able to receive signal only for short period of time then cuts off and you get static Could this be antenna problem or ground wire problem Fuse checks out.?
Static crackling should not be audible under the following circumstances: 1). On AM radio, when listening to stations that are sufficiently near/strong. 2). On FM radio, anytime. If static is heard constantly, here are some suggestions for the source: 1). Defective fluorescent light or light dimmer nearby. 2). Electric motor nearby with deteriorated brushes or other internal sparking. 3). Radio is defective. Note: Intermittent static crackling during nearby thunderstorms is normal and interesting, especially on…
Radio was working and then while driving went to nothing but static on AM and FM. What is the problem?
The first radios were untuned radio telegraphs that broadcast a burst of radio static generated by a powerful arc when keyed. The receiver used a device called a coherer to detect this burst of radio static and activate the telegraph sounder. It took the development of vacuum tube triodes to modulate radio waves with voice and music as well as provide tunable radios. Armstrong invented improved receivers like the Superheterodyne and improved modulation techniques like…
What might be wrong if the radio only gets static but CD player still works on 2002 Chrysler Town and Country?
The method to fix a broken radio on a Chrysler 300M will vary depending on the condition of the radio. If the radio is not working, it could be a simple as a fuse. Try changing the fuse to see if this may solve the problem. If the radio is still not working, it may require troubleshooting from a mechanic or car dealership to determine the root cause.