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How do you change a roof mounted antenna on a 2000 VW Beetle?

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2007-10-21 20:55:41
2007-10-21 20:55:41

If you want to change just the antenna it just unscrews. If you need to change the base I had to do it on my 99 vw beetle. At the back of the roof liner there is a plastic piece that comes off with a trim tool. You can get your hand up there to remove the bolt and then replace the base. The base cost me $65.00 Cdn at the dealers. Just use the old nut then you won't have to buy another one as they charge $10.00

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