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Old 12-31-2007, 06:13 AM
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Removing radio mast on w124

As I wait to get my shop manuals for my 87 300E, I want to change out my radio antenna. The car came with a new antenna mast, so I removed the old one by running the radio and pulling out the broken mast. However, I believe I need to get the antenna assembly out in order to get to the leftover pieces of the mast that are caught inside. Is there a nut under the 2nd rubber "grommet" that surrounds the mast outside the car? Also, does the side trim panel in the trunk just pop out, or do I have to disconnect any other clips or panels to get it out and get access to the antenna assembly? Thanks for your help!
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Old 12-31-2007, 08:59 AM
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no grommet... an inner rubber and the outer cover.

The inside panel pops or prys off... there are at least three screws that hold the mast assembly..

no big deal... just be patient.
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