Re: '98 EB Explorer Antenna Problem
Where in Texas? We moved from Houston about two years ago! Alvin before
The least expensive place I have found Ford parts was on the net. The
antenna was $25.29 from Bob Utter Ford, Lincoln, Mercury in Sherman,
Texas. 1-800-259-3560 The quoted about $35 until I told them I got
them from the internet. Then the price lowered. I didn't even have to
play the Texas card (i.e.. I moved from there!) The repair is straight
forward, just hot! Good luck,
> Thanks to both Ted and Dave!
> I tried the silicone spray and that didn't work, so I guess I will proceed
> with Dave's instructions. It is too hot right now, so I may wait until it
> gets cooler...October?? I am in Texas and I suspect it's hotter here than
> in Florida. Thanks again for your input!
> "Davenandee" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>Part of the 'cable' is broken. Mine broke near the top, yours near the
>>bottom. It requires a new mast. The new mast has the cable attached to it.
>>I had to take out the motor and open the housing to get the old cable out.
>>As you probably should.
>>I removed the mounting bolts and screws for the rear of the wheel well
>>plastic liner, dropped the motor and opened it. You have to remove the
>>wheel and if it isn't too hot (I live in Florida) it's not too bad of a
Diving is life! The rest is just details.