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Power antenna motor on my 3000gt is out and i need instructions

How do i remove my motor for the power antenna and can they be rebuilt

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  • sross8 Jun 01, 2009

    i found the antenna motor and unplugged it so it would stop making that horrible noise. thanks for the help.....does anyone know if it can be fixed or not???

  • sross8 Jun 01, 2009

    i found the antenna motor and unplugged it so it would stop making that horrible noise. thanks for the help.....does anyone know if it can be fixed or not???

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If it just makes a nasty clicking grinding noise then you just might need the new plastic gear strip the goes up into the antena itself. these are available as a seperate part and not too expensive and easily replaced. take the motor out and take the mast out and see if there's broken teeth in the
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take a look on ebay.
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Auto Zone actually has motors for the Mistubishi 3000GT automatic Antenna for about 60 dollars.

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Access is behind the left hand panel in the hatch/trunk area. (Your car is left hand drive, correct? Not a GTO?) Only have to remove a few screws to get to it. Then a couple more bolts to remove the antenna motor. No, they cannot be rebuilt, and new ones from Mitsu are VERY expensive. You might want to buy a generic model from Advance, Auto Zone or NAPA.

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