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Conversion Kit Instructions


        1.  Remove the special nut, ( by turning counter clockwise, looking down at it ), along with the Grommet and Gasket as shown in  Photo 2. Photo 2 below shows a socket being used, but a common small needle nose pliers can be used as well by sticking the nose of the needle nose pliers into the slits and turning counter clockwise, looking down at it, ... or a common small screwdriver as Photo 1 shows. ... All said simply remove that special nut with slits in it.

      This photo shows the nut being Tightened ...
      PHOTO 1


         2. Then have someone turn the radio on, while you are at the power unit and as the power antenna mast comes up ... grab hold of it and assist it up out as the power unit pushes the mast out, as [ Photo 2 ]  below shows the mast coming out and you assisting it out.

      Photo 2

         3. Once the power antenna mast is out, simply insert the new conversion sleeve in place of the power antenna mast you just removed, it will automatically connect as you insert it, then put the grommet/bezel back in its place and then put the special nut back on and tighten it, then simply screw on the new antenna mast and your done. 

      Optional: If you desire to not have your power unit run when you turn the radio on simply unplug the harness to the power unit, this varies as to each unit as to where that plug is.




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