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Old 01-14-2003, 00:46   #1 (permalink)
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Electric Aerial for AU2

Does anyone have a pic of the switch for an elec aerial in the series2 AU??? This is the switch that allows you to lower and raise the aerial to the height you wish.Does the aerial automatically lower when u turn the car off????
Some PR^@K broke my aerial off and id like to replace it with an electric one,but i dont like the ones that go all the way up when u turn the car on.
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The switch you speak of is actually just a 'half-height' switch (on/off style). Unfortunatly, the low-series BEM which comes in the Forte does not have the antenna control functionality. Ususlly, in mid/high-series systems, the headunit puts out the antenna signal to the BEM (it only gives the antenna up signal when the stereo is turned on AND in radio mode (ie. in CD/tape/radio off, the antenna is down). It is the BEM which then drives the antenna motor. The BEM can put the antenna up to either full or half height, depending on the position of the half-height switch. (Only high-series cars have the switch, but since the mid/high series BEM is the same, you can just buy a switch and plug it straight in if you have a mid-series car). Anyway, this means to get a factory antenna setup, you'd have to get a high-series BEM, but the other problem is the low-series head unit may not have an antenna control signal either, so in other words, the easy way would just be to get the antenna (factory or otherwise) and wire it up to your own two-way up/down switch to control it manually).

Hope that helps.
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Re: Electric Aerial for AU2

hi does anyone know what voltage triggers the electric areial in a au 2 fairmont. i replaced the 6 stacker with a pionner head unit but the radio dont work cause it has no wire for it. i tryed bridging the wires at the back of the switch on the dash but i had no luck cheers
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