Let’s talk Antenna Removal & Repair
Step-by-Step how to Replace Antenna
robotarmy » Thanks for this write-up! I had the whole thing removed from the trunk before I found this post. It helped a lot.
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It is awesome that you are even willing to take your time to do this post—a completely generous act—keep up the good work. Thousands of Volvo owners are in your debt!
tourspin69 »Just performed this after watching Roberts video. The only issue that I had was getting the new strip/belt to catch and feed in. It was very tough to do. In fact until I had my 14 year old son help, I was getting pretty frustrated. I had to feed it into the gears a bit and then put the cover on…then mount it. While holding it, my son powered the radio on and I had him immediately turn it off so it would pull the strip. After doing this (hitting the power button while I was trying to feed it) 4-5 times it finally grabbed and fed in. Done deal. Works great now.
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