Question about Car Audio & Video
Yes it is possible to replace just the mast/antenna part. You just need to goto a car audio place and get an replacement mast. The only other problem is if the the other half of the nylon piece is still stuck in the motor.
Take off the antenna nut that holds the antenna to the car and turn on the radio. The antenna should spit it's guts out, then position the new nylon lead in the same orentation that the old one came out, have an assistant turn off the radio and the antenna should get sucked back in. You need to be somewhat quick when doing the replacement part, sometimes you need to try a couple of times to get the antenna all the way in.
If it doesn't go all the way down there may be a piece of the old nylon string still stuck inside the antenna body.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
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