Question about Jaguar Xj Series
Procedure may be slightly different, depending on exact model and year.
Here the procedure from Service Manual:
"Aerial (Antenna) motor assembly
1 Remove the aerial mast retaining nut (see illustration).
2 Working in the boot, pry out the plastic clips securing the driver’s side boot finishing panels to allow access to the aerial motor assembly.
3 Detach the motor assembly retaining bolts (see illustration). Disconnect the electrical connector and earth strap then remove the aerial motor assembly from the vehicle.
4 Refitting is the reverse of removal. Aerial mast
5 Remove the aerial mast retaining nut (see illustration 14.1).
6 With an assistant controlling the ignition switch, turn the ignition key and the radio to the ON position. Guide the aerial mast out of the body as the cable unwinds from the motor assembly (see illustration). Note the direction the “teeth” on the aerial cable are facing for refitting purposes.
7 To refit the aerial mast, insert the aerial cable into the motor assembly with the cable teeth facing the direction as noted above. Have your assistant turn the ignition key and the radio to the ON position. Guide the cable
and aerial mast through the opening as the cable winds back into the motor assembly.
8 Refit the aerial mast retaining nut.
Here pictures on an XJ6:
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