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Do you have a heat reflecting windscreen? These are a total barrier to GPS signals. It may be getting the odd satellite through the side windows if you have such a windscreen. An external antenna, such as the ones supplied by Gilsson.co, would be ideal but you need to have an external antenna socket on the GPS. Not many car units have this feature. Another option is to try a re-radiating antenna but I've not seen these for ages - bought my last ones from www.rnrplace.com
Pry off the colored faceplate around the screen. Underneath will be four screws. Remove them and open the unit up. You should be abe to access the inside of the unit to figure out a way to reattatch the connector. I have not had to do this but I have opened a couple up to replace displays. The hardest thing is getting the thing back together due to how the antenna mounts (poorly). Just open it slowly and visualize how it goes back in. I have no advice on actually fixing your issue, just on how to get in to look around.
If you are looking at the external connection end with it in a "V" position, on the right - the upper one is green & the lower one is red. On the left - the upper one is yellow & the lower one is black (or the big bunch of copper wires). Be sure you are reconnecting an exact pin set up - an s-video is not the same (unfortunately). If you found a replacement antenna or a correct replacement part, please let me know where. I have to repair mine too.
The C330 does not have bluetooth capability. Regardless, this has nothing to do with the unit's ability to acquire satellites. Nor should the type of vehicle you purchased, unless the unit is unable to receive due to some feature, like something in the windshield, which is preventing the unit from receiving a proper signal. Does the unit work outside the vehicle?