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Changing broken antenna on 2004 ford ranger

What exactly do i have to do to change a broken antenna on my ford ranger 2004, is it something i can do or need to take in to a dealer for repair?

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Ok some of there are screw in antennas and some you need to replace intire wire and all if this is screw off un bolt and install new if not remove your cd player find antenna wire tape a long wire of any kind strong of course go out side and pull wire out then take new antenna wire tape to wire and reverse the pulling to repalce wire to proper location

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