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Top tip,,,removing a aerial stub/cap

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Top tip,,,removing a aerial stub/cap

Postby Mazda Mender » Tue Sep 20, 2016 12:11 pm

How to remove a aerial stub/cap electric or manual, Mk1 NA/Mk2-2.5 NB.


There is nothing more annoying than lack of thought...so when it comes to getting the aerial base off using the correct tool for the job makes all the difference, so when it comes to removing the screw in the chrome cap that holds the plastic base to the rear wing,,,using mole grips or adjustables is a big no no as it damages the chrome plate and plastic....

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The damage....

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Bent circlip pliers if you do not have the correct tool....

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