Question about Oldsmobile Cars & Trucks
I was able to remove the antenna on a 1986 cadillac
deville many years or decades ago & don't remember
even having to loosen any fender bolts
The solution is to install a new one IF Avail
I remember the only issue was the wiring
I cut the & spliced the new antenna to the old
harness as I had access issue in the body,not
the problem you have removing it
I think you get it out from the bottom,the most
you would do is loosen the bottom of the fender
not remove it
Posted on Jul 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Antenna mast broken
Give these instructions a shot. Might be too generic but might be enough to get you going.
Removing Original Antenna
Installing the New Power Antenna
Posted on May 13, 2009
SOURCE: antenna for 1997 jaguar xk8
There is a mast available, part number is lnc4134aa or lna4134aa, sorry but I am on holiday and dont recall the correct number.
You may have to remove the antenna and take it apart to retrieve the broken piece of mast, all basic stuff, really eaasy to do.
You can buy the mast aftermarket and on ebay for $25-$35, of pay the dealer $60+ for the same unit.
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
If there is a slot in the "fender hole", it unscrews with a big screwdriver If not, check for a slide clip under fender where it goes through.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
Does the motor continue to run even though the mast doesn't retract? Is there a loud 'click - click - click" as it tries to retract and extend or more of a chattering noise? Did you clean and lubricate the spool into which the toothed belt goes when the antenna retracts? Use an all weather grease (white lithium). Did you clean the teeth on the gear that drives the belt? There is a small metal guide where the belt meets the drive gear, sometime this wears and allows the belt to slip on the gear. Pull the giude straight out, then rotate it 180 degress and reinstall.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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