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Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2004 03:59:11 GMT
From: "Radiodog" <>
Subject: Re: Frozen antenna: '95 900SE

These power antenna are pigs in colder climates, especially with freezing rain. Eventually they will strip the stupid plastic strip that pulls it down. Go to any auto parts store and replace it ( the whole mechanism) with a fixed whip. With a few basic tools and 20 minutes work, its well worth he effort and costs no more than 20 bucks. No special wiring needed, they just plug right in to the existing cable. Case closed!! "Leigh Kendall" <> wrote in message news:AGxPb.10959$ > I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for a problem I'm having. > Everytime it gets cold, say around 32F or below, the antenna on my '95 900SE > seems to freeze in a variety of positions. It either doesn't go all the way > down or up. > > Any ideas on how to prevent this? It's a real pain as I can't pull in any > stations when my antenna is on a quarter of the way up. > > And no, for all the jokesters out there, I don't think Viagra will help... > ;-) > > Any ideas appreciated. Thanks... > > Leigh > Connecticut >

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