Date: Sun, 21 Jan 2007 20:36:12 GMT
From: "Al" <alistairdorenospamo.com>
Subject: Re: Replacing antenna - 90000


"Andrew Sinclair" <news11nospamlycat.org> wrote in message news:63qtSnAfS7sFFw7Bnospamlycat.org... > In message <45B387CF.469E173Bnospamnospamfitter.com>, johannes > <johsnospamnospamfitter.com> writes >> >>Thx. Undid the outside nut, but the mast is still attached to the main >>body >>of the aerial. How do I remove the mast without taking out the mechanism >>from >>inside? With the nut removed, turn the radio on and the motor should then push up the aerial and spew out the nylon tail too. At this point it may help to "assist" the motor by pulling. Meanwhile, you have taken notice of which side of the hole the nylon teeth are. Once out, get your new aerial and feed the nylon tail into the hole, with the nylon teeth oriented the way the old one came out. NOW get an assistant to trun the radio off. Giving the nylon tail a slight push the motor should catch the teeth and draw it in. Again you may need to assist the motor in getting the mast itself in. (Do this with the mast fully collapsed) Replace nut - Job done. I've used this technique several times after my brother in law showed me how it's done. He fits stereos, DVDs alarms radar detectors, phone kits etc to some very exotic vehicles for a living so he knows his stuff. Al I have got the replacement aerial with the nylon tail, it also came >>with a small tube of the diameter as the mast and about 1.5" in length, >>and >>another larger tube which looks like a turning tool. > > I think you just need to pull to overcome the resistance of the motor (the > toothed nylon belt is wrapped around the drive wheel in the motorised > bit). > > These instructions are pretty good... > > http://www.thesaabsite.com/93/NGantennamastreplacement.htm > > Whilst in this example the aerial unit is out the car, it is just the same > with the unit fitted, > > Andy > -- > Andrew Sinclair http://www.smellycat.org

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