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Car Radio Repair.

Factory or aftermarket, we’ve got the experience and knowledge to handle both.

Looking for

car stereo repair

? We can repair both vintage and modern head units whether factory OEM or aftermarket. Here's what you get:
  • No car required. We just need the radio unit to be able to repair most issues.
  • Free pickup and delivery in the Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, NC area.
  • Not local? No problem. We offer a convenient mail-in service with fast turnaround.
Look below for the common issues we repair.
Don’t see your problem listed? Just let us know what you have and we’ll be glad to take a look.

Issues we repair

Touch screen repair

If the touch screen has cracked or has broken on your navigation or infotainment system, it can prevent functionality like music playback and even climate control from working. We can work on head units from almost all makes and models, so regardless of whether you need a Toyota touch screen repair or a GM navigation screen repair, we have the expertise and knowledge to get the job done.

LCD display problems

If the screen on your car radio or navigation has stopped displaying, you might need a new LCD. LCDs in cars are subjected to vibration and forces from the road, and extreme temperature changes. This can add up to wear and tear that will eventually cause the LCD to fail. Many times it is more cost effective to replace the LCD rather than the entire radio, and that's where The Resistance can help. Get in touch today for your

car touch screen repair


Volume control

Does the volume control on your car radio not work correctly? If you turn the volume knob and the volume doesn't increase or decrease as expected, then there may be an issue with the encoder that detects how the knob is being turned. Sometimes encoders can be carefully cleaned and reassembled, but in other cases they may need to be replaced entirely.

Won't turn on

Sometimes an overvoltage or other power issue can wreak havoc on the electronics in a car. Even hooking up jumper cables incorrectly can cause certain components like car radios to fail. Factory radios are especially costly, so repair can be an easy way of saving money. Instead of replacing the entire radio, try sending it to The Resistance for a free diagnostic and estimate.
...And more!
Our expertise and abilities are not limited to what's listed above. If you're having another type of issue, let us know and we'll do our best to help.

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