How to Disconnect the antenna motor at the ECU

Asked by Axiom_703 Aug 02, 2013 at 01:54 PM about the 2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport XLS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My power antenna is broken. It will raise and lower just kind of flops to the side slightly. I
purchased a rubber mast now I need to figure out how to change over to it.

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your antenna isn't controlled or hooked up to the ECU, it goes to the radio, but all you need to do is disconnect the antenna from the cable right at the antenna and then plug the new one into the cable,, heres a write up its for a power antenna replacement but should get all the info you need out of it,, just adjust the info for what you have, not complicated at all http://www.supercar-engineering.com/rubberducky/3S/Maint/All/AntMotor/

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The power antenna is draining my battery because it continually runs. The antenna has broken twice so I use the CD only.

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