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POWER WORKSPOWER ANTENNA
1. Remove the power unit that is in your car,
keeping track how in general the unit is mounted so you have an idea how the
new one is to fit. The unit is held in by the outside trim nut, where the
mast comes out of the car, and generally a bolt at the base of the power
unit. As to removing the interior trim to gain access to the unit, this
varies per car. Generally the trim is held in with clips or sometimes
screws. The best is to take your time in figuring out which way it comes
off, or seek your service manual.
FIRST, Test with a test light or volt meter, which ever you have, test what wire has 12 volts in the harness on all the time when the KEY OFF and the RADIO OFF. This is the wire that you will need to connect to the RED wire of the New Power Unit to. If there are several that are hot all the time, connect to one of them.
SECOND, Then with the KEY ON turn the RADIO ON and again take the test light or volt meter, and see which wire NOW in that plug lights up or has 12 volts, if you have several that are now powered make sure you choose the one that is controlled by the radio, and then connect the GREEN or BLUE wire of the power unit to it.
Black wire is connected to the Chassis Ground, anywhere or in the plug if
you know which wire it is. If you have a volt meter you can set
the meter to OHM with sound and probe the wires until the meter makes noise,
that wire is your ground, connect to it.
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