wen I stop at a red light my Mitsubishi galant sound like it is try to stop running
you must take off the fender to get to the antenna?
with a punch and a hammer
I believe you have to take off the Wheel Well liner and access to access the antenna.
I don't believe there is a relay. When you turn on the power to your radio the antenna should go up and down when you turn off the power. If the antenna is not doing just that, then the antenna motor is bad.
A fixed antenna is wired directly to the radio on a 1996 Honda Civic. Pull the center console off and find the antenna wire behind the radio. Tie a nylon to the antenna wire and pull the old unit out. Tie the new wire for the antenna to the nylon so it can be properly snaked back.
My 2002 galant has a reverse flow system. The thermostat housing is in the radiator bottom hose. I had to take off the battery base to get to it.
If it is electric, take it off and then take it apart and install the ant.
The cover will pop off pretty easily, then you take off the mounting nuts, then you can unplug the tweeter.
Take off the wheel. Then take off the wheel well liner and the antennae motor should be accessable.
Disconnect wires at antenna
I have a 98 4runner limited and It has a power antenna, I recently replaced the mast for it and it's pretty easy to replace the antenna it self. not sure about the euro ,but I know that it's pretty easy to take off the motor (if you can get under the panel) and just replace it with a normal antenna
Begin by removing the wiring harness from your Volvo antenna. Remove the antenna retaining nuts. The antenna will come off. Reverse the process to install your new antenna.
take the old one off.. and put the new one on! simples
you need to take the intake off to get to the back three plugs...
check your antenna belt/fuse !
Your antenna can be disconnected from behide your radio or if you know how to take off your antenna mount on the outside of your car the cable that's attached to that you can disconnect but make sure you put black tape around it because sometimes it can act as a ground for your radio.
To remove antennas' you will have to unscrew the antenna from where it is currently located on the outside of the car. Usually it will have one or two types of nuts holding it in place, you will probably have to open the hood and hold the interior nut with a wrench - pull what is left of the wire through and if you have a new wire you can probably attach it to the current antenna or you could just go to a juckyard and pick on up an entire antenna and wire connected off of the same type of vehicle as yours. Reattach the antenna the same way you took it off and rethread the wire back through the firewall and plug it into the radio - most radios take a special jack on the end so you will have to replace at the very least the wire.
remove the nut at the base of the antenna. Slide off the grommet. The antenna will drop os hold on the the antenna as you remove the nut and grommet. Once this is removed. You will see how to remove the antenna unit.
Replace the eledctric antenna or "pull the plug"
The antenna mast is stripped.
take off wheels
You have to take out the electric fans. then take off the belts and then you will have to pull the hurmonic balancer off take the timing cover off then take off the timing belt. the water pump is located in between the cams it is bolted on with 3 boltsand looks like a pully. this is for a 1996 dodge intrepid with the 3.5 v-6 you
What kind of Toyota?