...bezel, you will see four screws holding the stock radio in place. Remove those, then slide the radio out. You will need to unplug the wiring and antenna from the rear of the unit for complete
1 works great then slowly feed new mast into motor assembly then turn radio off as you guide new mast down install retainer parts work antenna up and down overrun clutch will make the final adjustment
...Go to a salvage yard and buy a used antenna unit and replace the entire assembly. Or, to save money, take a pliers and extend the antenna out. It won't retract, but you can still enjoy your
...radio antenna nut (18865) from top of motor tube and remove electric antenna through fender/splash shield access. Disconnect signal cable and motor wire connector(s). Installation To install, reverse ...
...radio off this will retract the antenna into the assembly hopefully on the first try it should be all the way in. don't worry re install retainer parts raise and lower several times the overrun ...
Antenna wire that runs to the radio goes threw the firewall behind the fender. Then it runs behind the heater/ac box until coming up behind the radio. There are 2 bolts that hold the antenna to car, 1
...Radio interference is in most cases caused by a poor antenna ground, remove the antenna and clean the ground connection, if the problem continues you will need to replace the antenna
...the antenna motor is reinstalled and the new cable assembly is fed into the motor by turning the radio on until the motor stops and then turning the radio off while feeding the new mast
...without removing the dash. Take out the center assembly with the radio and hvac controls and the glove box. You'll have enough access to run the antenna wire from its stock location to the
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