Question about Cars & Trucks
First check fuses, then check wiring to the antenna then the motor itself.
Posted on Jan 01, 2014
Often inside the antenna is a spool of plastic wire that is pushed up or pulled down by a reel type motor.
Think in terms of a fishing reel.
Water and dirt can enter the item and make it not function.
Some, a few antenna manufacturers, actually sell a replacement wire and give instructions on changing it.
It is not easy.
Best bet might be to buy a new one,. I'd look on e- bay for one, myself.
Some antennas are really hard to change, as they are sometimes quite hidden.
Posted on Jan 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you will have to loosen the center nut that is located on the front hub while the care is still down on the ground to make it easy to undo then jack the car up and put it on a car stand then loosen the 6 locating nuts and bolts on the gearbox flange if it dosent have the bolts and flange it requires to use 2 leavers on both sides of the iner c v joint and pop the c v out before you try to pop the c v out you must undo the bottom lower control arm so that you can move it free if you dont undo control arm it will keep the c v sold against the fron wheel hub
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
turn ignition to position 2 turn off radio push and hold info button whilst turning volume button on radio a new menu will appear on screen go into confirmation adjustments then go into service and reset
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
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