Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have looked everywhere I can for an external antenna for the Nortec Navigator GPS Modle No. E-GPS010. the Tech with Nortec says this is what I need, but unfortuneatly they nolonger have the antennas in stock and do not expect to get anymore. I was told by a service rep that Sirius had them, but I could not find one on their web site. I think the unit no is 136210. could you help me please?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: antenna hookup 2007 dodge ram
Just take the fakra connector (plastic piece) off and it will be just like the sirius antenna end. Then buy a 10ft extention cable... I've just order mine and will have pics when done
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
Let me save you $30.00. A new antenna will not help, nor will cleaning the contacts. I just did both of those and it did not help. I have mine in the freezer right now cooling it down. Sirius told me that I should not leave it in the car because it gets to hot. They told me to buy another unit....
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
SOURCE: Sirius Antenna
There are several ways to tackle this problem, most of which would involve getting to the back of the radio, but before you do, make sure you have an "antenna extension cable". Then plug in the 'extension cable to the radio/sirius unit' leaving the other end to 'hang out' where you can then get access to the 'extension' cable. Then you can plug in the existing antenna when you're not using the camper or plug in new antenna that gets clear view of the satellite. Depending on your location and general direction of travel you may be able to use a 'home unit ' antenna on your dash as I do and it works very well. In my truck I often use a home antenna also, although I also have the large unit that bolts to the (tractor) truck mirror assembly.
The other solution is to find a CB repair place (often at truck stops) that is familiar with repairing, satelite antenna wire and pucks. Have them split the wire and place a male and female plug to accomodate the extisting antenna and the new antenna. This service will cost you about $30-50.00 They should find the parts needed at a satellite radio store that sells marine/business/home antennae systems. The parts are not all that common - or the CB fellow may connect male/female connectors that are unique to your truck situation - then any connectors will work but only on that truck of yours. -- Frank
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
The unit needs to be replaced. solder pins on the PC board of the unit are broken. Clarion has about 100,000 of these units with the same problem. You can find a replacement online for $50 that's been fixed & the problem should not re-occur. Sorry for the bad news. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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