Re: Issues with Radio / Comm
The only thing that is different when the ignition key is moved from the R position to the On position is that the intercom portion of the system is now powered. If I were to guess I would suspect the headset/speaker button on the comm system to be your problem.
Some have had luck by spraying contact cleaner around that button and working it to free up the switch.
Example: If you have the headset/speaker button set to the headset position and have the key in the R position...you only get sound through the speakers......once you turn the key to the On position you only get sound through the headset. With your system you should never get sound through both at the same time.
Hope that helps,
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