Are you the owner of a 2009 thru 2013 Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or RAM vehicle? Do you have a radio like this? Does the radio light up and turn on, but there is no sound from your AM/FM channels? No problem!
ENORMIS Mobile Specialties can do a Jeep radio repair instead of replacing. Merilee, a Fairview resident, is the owner of a 2011 Jeep Wrangler. Her factory radio would turn on and light up, but she had no sound from AM or FM channels. So, her friend Linda recommended she call ENORMIS. Because of that, Merilee called and spoke with our Integration Specialist Doug Reichert about her Wrangler radio issue.
Merilee wanted to know if it was better to replace the radio or just fix the one she had. Doug was familiar with the radio issue and advised Merilee. He said, ENORMIS has been repairing these radio’s for the same exact issue for years. Doug further advised Merilee that it would be more cost effective to fix her existing radio, rather than replace it. It was also explained that, only in rare instances does the radio need replaced for the no AM or FM sound. Because of this, Merilee was ecstatic that we could repair her radio for two reasons. Number one, all she really wanted was the AM and FM talk shows for the drive to work and back home. Number two, by repairing her radio, instead of installing a new one , there would be no learning curve with a new radio.
Jeep Radio Repair Gets Repaired “in house”
So, Doug and Merilee scheduled for a time when Merilee could come out after work and wait for the repair to be made. MECP Certified Technician Ken Whiteman removed the radio from the Wrangler, dis-assembled and repaired the issues in a little over an hour and half.
If you would like to to get the electrical system or radio fixed on your vehicle just contact us! We are located just east of Erie, Pa in Harborcreek near Lake Erie. Unfortunately, we are nowhere near New Jersey.
This post was provided by Doug Reichert. If you live near Erie, Pa Call him! Doug has been in the automotive service business since 2001. In his free time, Doug likes working outside in his yard and enjoys exercising. Doug is active in his community by volunteering at his church and for several nonprofits.
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