Re: [DML] Re: Article on replacing the antennae
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Re: [DML] Re: Article on replacing the antennae


The same thing happened to me, and in my opinion it is easier to just buy a new antenna assembly.  Shop around, I forget where I got mine, but there are the same ones around for a bit less.  The ribbon gear inside is most likely broken, and I couldn't find a replacement for just that part.  The new units move faster, and I actually get better reception now too!

Adrian Dunker
 -------------- Original message from "Shannon" <birdwells@xxxxxxx>: --------------

            I forgot to add that the reason I wanted to know is that a couple of
days ago I turned off my radio and the antennae didn't go down. It
sounds like the motor runs but the antennae is not moving so am I
correct in assuming that the inner line is probably broken? Is the
best thing to do is to replace the whole assembly?


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Shannon" <birdwells@...> wrote:
> One of the Delorean related magazine had an article on how to replace
> the antennae motor located in the rear pontoon. Anyone remember which
> magazine and issue that was in?
> Shannon
> VIN 16113


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