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1991 Chrysler New Yorker, FIFTH AVENUE. Power Antenna stuck.

1991 Chrysler New Yorker, FIFTH AVENUE. Power Antenna is stuck in the down position. I never serviced the mast so there may be gunk hanging it up, but I don't know if the motor is working or not. Any suggestions about how I can raise the antenna? It's completely retracted and there's no way to grab a piece of the mast, externally...

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Sound's like the motor is bad if you have someone turn it on as you stand by to hear the motor kick on would be the best way to know. if it is a good motor it is off track if that's the case turn it on and try to get it with a pair of needle noise pliars and pull it out.

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