Power antennae broke in carwash the motor of the sssembly still work the telescopic antennae is broke there is a nylon cord with teeth that runs the antennae up and down my ? is can i buy the telescopic antennae refeed it thru the motor assembly my e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org please head answer as antennae assembly 847-691-2208
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Re: antennae,1995 honda accord ex
I will take a look at mine tomorrow. Mine stays up because the nylon cord thingy is stripped. No biggy for me though. I have taken it apart so I know it is stripped I just can't remember how it all goes together.
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Where did you get new antenna? If no instructions talk to the Autoparts store where you bought it. There should be instructions with the antenna. What happened to old antenna? A motorized antenna? If motorized, antenna has a white nylon gear tooth at back end. If it's not motorized it may not match. The bezel usually screws into the motorized device underneath the body work. Should be way to use small wrench to turn just like a nut to remove. Hope this helps. I've changed mine several times, by going throug the carwash without turning off the radio, but
Sit on top of transmission, you can see it from under the hood on passenger, this year Honda came with cable or elec type, if it has a cable, check from there to see if cable broke, if not broken check the speedo, pull it out and check the little gear, if both, good bad speedo head, if elec, type replace speed sensor, no repair other then that can be done.
you will probably hav eto remove the motor cover. there is a nylon strip with teeth on it that a gear pushes and pulls to raise and lower the antenna. you have to make sure that the strip is properly in the channel and meshing against the motor gear.
the blower motor is located behind and under the glove box. its held to the blower housing by three screws. remove the three screws and the motor will slide down and towards you. to test the motor. apply power to the yelllow/black wire and ground to the blue/red wire. the motor should run. if not you prob have a faulty power resistor.
Static won't come from an antenna. It normally comes from your connections. If you've been changing the head, check the contacts where it goes together. The only noise your antenna will pick up, is noise from your ignition. If what you hear is more of a buzzing or clicking that changes as you accelerate, then you should get your ignition checked.