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FITTED REPLACMENT POWER ARIAL TO SHOGUN IT WORKS BUT RETRACTS WHEN I SEARCH FOR STATIONS. OLD UNIT HAD 5 WIRES BUT NEW HAS ONLY 3. I PUT LIVE TO BATTERY AND SWITCHED LIVE TO SWITCH WIRE EARTH TO BODY.

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Yeah this happened to me but sorted it. live to battery for the blue find power anntena wire on back of stereo [ usually blue] connect, black wire earth to the body. the 2 wires are for the half mast switch - just blank them off.

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  • nicolewri147 Aug 25, 2010

    live to battery, black to earth on the body [make sure its a good clean connection] , blue to power anntenna on back of stereo usually blue , the 2 wires are only for the half mast switch on centre consol. tape up the redundent wires. i had this problem and it really battered my head. i hope this helps you

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