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Re: 2004 power antenna
You dont actually have to take the antenna out of the car fender or where it sits, if you can remove the radio out of its deck and locate the power antenna wire just unplug it or cut it and tape it up and u should be ok. In most cases the color is blue, but if possible you want to test it to make sure. Also if u can get to the power antenna cables in the antenna location itself you can also cut or unplug the Antenna remote turn on wire, which should be blue as well. If u have any more questions just email me.
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Your hearing the alternator through the radio which means the radio is not insulated very well. I would first reassure your vehicle has a radio antenna and that it is plugged into the back of the radio itself, It is a larger size round plug in on the back of the radio. Perhaps your radio antenna was broken off in a car wash. These places are notorious for ripping off car antennas very frequently.
you will need some tools an antenna nut socket to get the nut off of the fender and to detach it from where it is mounted then just unplug the wire where it connects to the antenna connection coming from the radio and the electrical connector for the antenna power most are the same and yours might be inside a plastic housing with screws these are pretty much simple to do LATER MAN!
You got 2 choices. When the antenna is up, unhook the power wire to the motor of the antenna so it STAYS up. Or get a new head unit/cd player whatever. Because that blue wire coming out the back controls that antenna. Its a problem in the head unit. Ive seen this before.
We just did this the last week in a '99 Sport. It took about two hours.
Take your front tire off
and loosen about 5-9 bolts that hold the innter fender panel on. Then
you can pull back and disconnect 2-3 bolts that hold the antenna in. My
problem now is that I can't get the new rod to retrieve back into the