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Aerial Replacement

I've recently bought a 1999 Clio (mark II) and can't get a thing on the radio because there's no aerial.

The aerial was situated just above the windscreen in the centre of the car unlike newer Clios.

I can't work out how it's attached though. There's no hole for me to screw an aerial into and the part that remains on the roof is a black square with a curly bit of plastic protruding from it.

I haven't got my Haynes manual yet but I'd like to get this fixed. Can anyone advise?


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Re: Aerial Replacement

Hi mate can't be sure but you may be able to get access to ariel through the interior light inside,maybe theres a clio owner on here that will come up with the answer..check threads on clio ariels..
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It is, you need to drop the interior light down, think the surround is held with a couple of torx 20 screws if memory serves me correctly. Then you'll see a 10mm nut, with the aerial co-ax bolted to it. Undo the nut and you're away.

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