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S2000 Antenna #444178 Apr 17, 11:06am Apr 17, 11:06am
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S2000 Antenna
The antenna is a simple cheap mod that does a lot for the appearance of the car, and I would like to do it. My question is how to do it if I have a power antenna. I can't just unscrew it and put the new one on, so how is it done and what does it involve?

Re: S2000 Antenna [Re: racergts03] #444179 Apr 17, 11:11am Apr 17, 11:11am
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You have to remove the panel in the trunk & remove the power antenna motor. I would keep the power antenna if I had one.

Re: S2000 Antenna [Re: xmangt1] #444180 Apr 17, 6:09pm Apr 17, 6:09pm
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eh i dont' like the power antenna's b/c when it's open its ugly

Re: S2000 Antenna [Re: ApuPimpin] #444181 Apr 17, 6:18pm Apr 17, 6:18pm
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Exactly, and that's why I want it gone. Right now I have it on a seperate switch since I replaced the stock headunit and didn't want it up all the time. But if I remove the power ant. assembly, I'll have a hole in the car, and I need to know what to replace it with so I can attach the S2000 antenna.

Re: S2000 Antenna [Re: racergts03] #444182 Apr 17, 6:37pm Apr 17, 6:37pm
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yea its a lare ordeal to put a s2000 on a power. you need ot get a baseunit off a stock celica and take out ur entire power antenna unit. i personally liek the power vetter becasue when its down it looks much nicer and cleaner. yea it sucks open but jsut play cd's wink

Re: S2000 Antenna [Re: hombredelassrtas] #444183 Apr 18, 9:50am Apr 18, 9:50am
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lord i thought this would be easy...im not sure what a power antenna on the celica even looks like...maybe someone would trade with you?

Re: S2000 Antenna [Re: EvilJupiter] #444184 Apr 18, 10:07am Apr 18, 10:07am
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so thats all i would need is perhaps a gt antenna rod and unplug the the antenna motor from the power one?... thumbsup thumbsdown


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