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Fitting new antena aerial to Saab 93

My car aerial has broken whilst I was fitting a new one. Can you let me know how to fit a replacement antena to the electric aerial.

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The replacement only costs about $20. The dealer can also provide a replacement but it can cost upwards of $50+. Part number is 5035944.

The hardest part is removing the metal sleeve from the mast pole. Once you get this out, refit the new mast with the teeth so the motor will pull the new mast down when you turn the radio off. refit the 17mm nut on top of the mast and then turn the radio back on. It will click a few times and then be properly set.

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