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    Posted: Jan/09/2017 at 11:21pm

You-all have been a great source of information. So… I am asking for help again! 

Any resource recommendations for the repair of a 1980’s Mopar radio? 

Thanks! 

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Murphy's Law:
Any given mechanical job you decide to solve alone will imminently require a third hand, at its most critical moment

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Electro-tech 763-780-2861 www.turnswitch.com

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Electo-tech is very good, but he may not work on a radio that new.  I took my 1971 AMC AMFM to him to get repaired and he was great to talk to and did great work.  But I remember he said they worked on mainly the "older" radios and my 1971 was getting in the newer area.  Give him a call anyway.
Steve


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