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VZ Commodore Radio Antenae Replacement

I have a new radio antenae mast to replace the the broken one how do I do it please

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Its screws off the bottom where it connects to your vehicle, just grab a wrench and take the old one off and put the new one on the same way. if you are replacing the whole wiring to the radio then you'll have to have alot of time because you'll have to feed the new wire through the frame of the car, just fallow the old wire

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