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AaronM AaronM is offline
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Join Date: Sep 2001
Location: Bellevue, WA
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Quote:
Originally posted by speed
1. Raise car and support with jackstands.
2. Remove left front wheel.
3. Remove the two bolts from the emissions canister and swing it out of the way.
4. If you have the retaining ring and cup holding the antenna on the fender, remove them.
5. Remove the slotted bolt from the antenna assembly lower mounting bracket.
6. Pull the assembly out far enough to unscrew the antenna lead.
7. There are three leads in the assembly, remove the cover plate bolts and unscrew them.
8. Pull the rubber grommet from the top, taking the power leads out.
9. Throw the assembly away.
10 Now this is important, you can use the old antenna cable, but if you decide to use a new cable, strap the new cable to the old cable and pull the new cable in the car with the old cable. It is almost impossible to fish a new one from scratch.
Thanks. Exactly what I was looking for (except my antenna's not power).

Aaron
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