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One additional check on your recently posted radio problem you might want to remove your radio and try it on the bench. had a ' 58 Ford convert that had an audio volume variation problem related to vehicle moving - took it out and pput it on seat and it went away. in those days they had final amplifiers running with 12V DC with grids and plates extremely close together and susceptable to this problem. hope suggestion is not too late.
 

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It's a fairly modern radio, and I think I found the problem with Chatroom's help. Water leaking can cause internal corrosion was one possibility, and it suddently dawned on me that the windshield did leak right in that area. Windshield is now fixed, and I'll just continue using the radio till it stops working, and then replace it. Thanks, though...

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