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No antenna connection

My son and I helped one of his buddies install a Nesa aftermarket stereo in his car. All went smoothly but, the OEM antenna connector is smaller than the female fitting on the new radio and won't stay securley connected, there's no am/fm reception whatsoever and their obviously different sizes. Never heard of such a thing - thought they were all a standard size.

Any ideas or adapters that you know of?
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Bill

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Most antenna connections are standard, but as you know there is the occasional odd-ball. without knowing the make/model/year of the car i can't recommend a product, but you should be able to find the adapter you need on crutchfield.com.

just put the car info in and they should be able to show you which products work with your vehicle.

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