This is actually a DIY for something I did two years ago. Better news: radio on my car has been working perfectly for the past two years.
So as many of you know, this receiver is known to have the issue of cracking when exposed to lots of heat. Unfortunately, this cracking makes the receiver useless. So if you're receiver has cracked, don't go to the dealer and pay an arm and a leg to fix the receiver. This DIY should do the trick.
A few small bulldog clips.
1. Remove the rear trim
To do this, you will want to pull at a corners of hte trim. You have to pull pretty hard to get the trim off.
2. With the rear trim off, you will see the receiver. It's long, thin and black with three hookups on the right and and another in the middle. Leave these cables on and pull the receiver off. We will need the cables to be attached for the later part of this fix.
3. Now its time for some experimentation. With the radio tuned to a station you know has STRONG reception, apply pressure to areas around the edges of the receiver. Do this with your finger. You should notice that when you press certain locations, the signal will become much stronger. Keep these location in mind.
4. Take the bulldog clips and use them to clamp down on the areas of the receiver you noted in step 3. These bulldog clips will apply constant pressure to the receiver and also hopefully fix your radio.
Here is what your finished product should look like: