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Yes you have to have an antenna. Does the car not have one originally? If you changed the radio you would have unhooked a large black wire in the back of it. Or maybe it just came unplugged. Anyways without one it won't pick up ****. Good luck
there is a plastic, white toothed belt inside the motor that has probably stripped or broken, a common problem as they get older. There are rebuild kits that are sold on ebay for Ford antennae motors, and they are cheap (about $15). They can be a little tricky to replace as you have to remove t motor and take the assembly apart, and it needs to be 'timed' properly so that it stops when fully extended or retracked. You can also usually find a used one, again on ebay or a junk yard for less than $50, sometimes as cheap as $20 in a pick-and-pull junkyard.
The control switch for temperature is faulty, cable must have come off, leaving the heater core flap open. Make sure all cables are connected to the climate control switches. If it isn't anchored properly, it will move freely and not controlling the flaps or valve to position. Cable locks do come off and fall around the assembly, once that happens the cable doesn't have any counter resistance of it's position and move from it's own slack making it useless..
You mean the crankshaft position sensor. Just follow your spark plug wires to the coil packs and ignition module. Then there will be two wires from ignition module to crankshaft position sensor which is in lower part of the engine block
try some wd-40 on the antenna shaft sections and move up and down to lube antenna shaft if you find it manually telescopes hard, then if that wont help its the gear box thats stripped out and you need to replace
Remove rear retaining screws of RH front wheel splash shield for access to antenna lower retaining bolt.
Remove lower retaining bolt.
Remove 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).
To install, reverse Removal procedure.
Tighten top radio antenna nut to 6-8 Nm (54-70 lb-in).
Tighten lower electric antenna retaining bolt to 5.8-7.8 Nm (51-69 lb-in).
Check operation of electric antenna and radio chassis .
Automatic Electric Antenna
NOTE: A power antenna mast which is bent or broken can be replaced without replacing the motor and tube assembly. Removal
Remove radio antenna nut (18865) and radio antenna stanchion (18919) .
Loosen retaining nut inside tube using 14 mm (9/16 inch) socket, and slide nut part-way up mast.
Raise antenna to run plastic drive wire at bottom of mast out of motor. Note direction of teeth on plastic drive wire.
Saw off damaged portion of antenna mast. Remove burrs from mast and slide nut and contact tube off stationary tube.
With the teeth on the plastic drive wire facing toward motor on antenna, push end of plastic drive wire of replacement mast assembly down into tube. Push it around curve at bottom of tube until end enters drive mechanism.
Run motor down while pushing on plastic drive wire until about 305 mm (12 inch) of wire has been drawn into the tube. Stop motor and insert bottom of antenna mast into tube. Lower mast.
Slide contact tube and radio antenna nut down antenna mast. Tighten nut to 0.45 Nm (4 lb-in).
Raise and lower antenna several times to ensure proper operation.