Question about Car Audio & Video
Spray some oil into that hole first and then try. If this doesnt work try this out : You might have to unscrew it and check it, To take apart the motor you have to unscrew the seal from the outside. When the antenna is retracted, unscrew the ring that is around the antenna. The metal ring I'm talking about has about 4 slits in it so you can use some pliers to grab and unscrew it. After you unscrew that ring, you have to get into your trunk and remove the upholstery so you can get to the motor and unscrew that. use a lil wd-40 and some steel wool to clean the antenna after you pull it all the way up, then wipe it off and run it up and down a few time... if that doesnt work try spraying just a lil wd-40 on it anf let it run up and down...
Posted on May 29, 2010
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