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1990 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 300SL 2D Roadster

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July 27, 2012, 11:08 am

Pablo P
 

Question: REPLACE THE MAST OF THE ANTENNAE.

TEH MOTOR IS STILL GOOD ..I CAN PULL THE OLD MAST BUT THE NYLON [TOOTHED] PART WON'T COME ALONG WITH THE MAST...


August 6, 2012, 8:41 pm

Tyler O
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From the manual

1 Remove antenna rod (9)
2 Remove cover on left wheel house recess
3.1 Open side trim in right rear
3.2 Remove side trim in trunk
4 Disconnect ground cable of support plate (7)
5 Remove tuner/amplifier (trunk) (A2/3)
6 Disconnect antenna cable and unscrew nut (6)

On rear/rod antenna

7.1 Remove support plate (7) and antenna base (8)

On rear antenna

7.2 Remove antenna base (8) inwards
8 Loosen roof trim at rear
9 Pull grommet (1) off roof antenna (A2/22)

NOTE: Installation note: E3 Install grommet (1) using special tool

"Special Tool - Assembly Tool II" given below.

10 Unlock roof antenna with special tool and remove downwards.

See "Special Tools- Assembly Tool I" given below.

11 Install in reverse order

Special Tools

1: 210 589 04 33 00
2: 210 589 05 33 00


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August 7, 2012, 7:37 pm

Pablo P
 

9;28 p.m. 8/6/12
thank you so much......i guess my first move is to get the manual,. from the dealership ??? and so all the special tools? i already have the toothed nylon part &the mast [from the internet] once again ...thank you so much!!!
pablo


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