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WARNING: ON VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH AIRBAGS, REFER TO GROUP 8M - PASSIVE RESTRAINT SYSTEMS BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY STEERING WHEEL, STEERING COLUMN, OR INSTRUMENT PANEL COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS OR SERVICE. FAILURE TO TAKE THE PROPER PRECAUTIONS COULD RESULT IN ACCIDENTAL AIRBAG DEPLOYMENT AND POSSIBLE PERSONAL INJURY.

REMOVAL

ANTENNA BODY AND CABLE

(1) Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.

(2) Remove the trim cover from the right cowl side inner panel. Refer to Cowl Trim Cover in the Removal and Installation section of Group 23 - Body for the procedures.

(3) Reach under the instrument panel below the glove box to access and disconnect the antenna coaxial cable connector (Fig. 12). Disconnect the connector by pulling it apart while twisting the metal connector halves. Do not pull on the cable.

Fig. 12 Antenna Coaxial Cable Routing Fig. 12 Antenna Coaxial Cable Routing

1 - CLIP

2 - ANTENNA BODY AND CABLE

3 - RIGHT FRONT FENDER

4 - RETAINER

5 - AMPLIFIER

6 - TO RADIO

7 - COAXIAL CABLE

8 - INSTRUMENT PANEL

9 - CONNECTOR

10 - CLIP

11 - TO ANTENNA

12 - GLOVE BOX BIN

13 - ANTENNA BODY AND CABLE

14 - TO ANTENNA

15 - HEATER-A/C HOUSING

16 - TO RADIO

(4) Disengage the antenna coaxial cable from the retainer clips on the lower instrument panel reinforcement and the heater-A/C housing.

(5) Disengage the antenna coaxial cable retainers at the right cowl side inner panel and inside the right front fender.

(6) Unscrew the antenna mast from the antenna body (Fig. 13).

Fig. 13 Antenna Mast Remove/Install - Typical Fig. 13 Antenna Mast Remove/Install - Typical

1 - ANTENNA MAST

2 - ADAPTER

3 - CAP NUT

(7) Remove the antenna cap nut using an antenna nut wrench (Special Tool C-4816) (Fig. 14).

Fig. 14 Antenna Cap Nut and Adapter Remove/ Install - Typical Fig. 14 Antenna Cap Nut and Adapter Remove/ Install - Typical

1 - CAP NUT

2 - ANTENNA ADAPTER

3 - TOOL

(8) Remove the antenna adapter from the top of the fender.

(9) Lower the antenna body through the mounting hole in the top of the fender.

(10) Pull the antenna body and cable out through the opening between the right cowl side outer panel and the fender through the front door opening (Fig.

15).

(11) Disengage the antenna coaxial cable grommet from the hole in the right cowl side outer panel.

Fig. 15 Antenna Mounting Fig. 15 Antenna Mounting

1 - ADAPTER

2 - MAST

3 - NUT

4 - ANTENNA BODY AND CABLE

5 - RIGHT FRONT FENDER

6 - RETAINER

7 - GROMMET

(12) Pull the antenna coaxial cable out of the passenger compartment through the hole in the right cowl side outer panel.

(13) Remove the antenna body and cable from the vehicle.

INSTRUMENT PANEL ANTENNA CABLE

(1) Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.

(2) Reach under the instrument panel below the glove box to access and disconnect the antenna coaxial cable connector (Fig. 12). Disconnect the connector by pulling it apart while twisting the metal connector halves. Do not pull on the cable.

(3) Securely tie a suitable length of cord or twine to the instrument panel half of the antenna coaxial cable connector. This cord will be used to pull or "fish" the cable back into position during installation.

(4) Disengage the instrument panel antenna cable from the retainer clip on the lower instrument panel reinforcement inboard of the glove box opening.

(5) Roll down the glove box from the instrument panel. Refer to Glove Box in the Removal and Installation section of Group 8E - Instrument Panel Systems for the procedures.

(6) Reach through the glove box opening to access and disengage the retainer that secures the antenna cable to the instrument panel structural support on the inboard side of the glove box opening.

(7) Remove the radio receiver from the instrument panel. Refer to Radio Receiver in the Removal and Installation section of this group for the procedures.

(8) Pull the antenna cable out through the radio receiver opening in the instrument panel.

(9) Untie the cord or twine from the instrument panel antenna cable connector, leaving the cord or twine in place of the cable in the instrument panel.

(10) Remove the antenna cable from the instrument panel.

INSTALLATION

ANTENNA BODY AND CABLE

(1) Position the antenna body and cable in the opening between the right cowl side outer panel and the fender through the front door opening.

(2) Push the antenna coaxial cable into the passenger compartment through the hole in the right cowl side outer panel.

(3) Engage the antenna coaxial cable grommet in the hole in the right cowl side outer panel.

(4) Position the antenna body through the mounting hole in the top of the fender.

(5) Install the adapter over the antenna body from the top of the fender.

(6) Install and tighten the antenna cap nut using an antenna nut wrench (Special Tool C-4816).

Tighten the antenna cap nut to 8 N*m (70 in. lbs.).

(7) Install and tighten the antenna mast onto the antenna body. Tighten the mast to 3.3 N*m (30 in.

lbs.).

(8) Engage the antenna coaxial cable retainers at the right cowl side inner panel and inside the right front fender.

(9) Engage the antenna coaxial cable in the retainer clips on the lower instrument panel reinforcement and the heater-A/C housing.

(10) Reach under the instrument panel below the glove box to reconnect the antenna coaxial cable connector.

(11) Install the trim cover onto the right cowl side inner panel. Refer to Cowl Trim Cover in the Removal and Installation section of Group 23 - Body for the procedures.

(12) Reconnect the battery negative cable.

INSTRUMENT PANEL ANTENNA CABLE

(1) Tie the end of the cord or twine that was used during instrument panel antenna cable removal securely to the connector on the end of the antenna coaxial cable being installed into the instrument panel. This cord will be used to pull or "fish" the cable back into position.

(2) Using the cord or twine, pull the antenna cable through the radio receiver opening from under the instrument panel.

(3) Install the radio receiver onto the instrument panel. Refer to Radio Receiver in the Removal and Installation section of this group for the procedures.

(4) Reach through the glove box opening to access and engage the retainer that secures the antenna cable to the instrument panel structural support on the inboard side of the glove box opening.

(5) Install the glove box onto the instrument panel.

Refer to Glove Box in the Removal and Installation section of Group 8E - Instrument Panel Systems for the procedures.

(6) Engage the instrument panel antenna cable to the retainer clip on the lower instrument panel reinforcement inboard of the glove box opening.

(7) Untie the cord or twine from the instrument panel half of the antenna coaxial cable connector.

(8) Reach under the instrument panel below the glove box to access and reconnect the antenna coaxial cable connector.

(9) Reconnect the battery negative cable.

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