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ARTICLE BEGINNING

DESCRIPTION & OPERATION


WARNING: Vehicles are equipped with air bag supplemental restraint system.
Before attempting any repairs involving steering column, instrument
panel or related components, see SERVICE PRECAUTIONS and
DISABLING & ACTIVATING AIR BAG SYSTEM in appropriate AIR
BAG RESTRAINT SYSTEMS article.
CAUTION: When battery is disconnected, vehicle computer and memory
systems may lose memory data. Driveability problems may exist
until computer systems have completed a relearn cycle. See
COMPUTER RELEARN PROCEDURES article in GENERAL
INFORMATION before disconnecting battery.
On some models, the antenna automatically extends to its full height when the radio and ignition
are turned on, and retracts when either is turned off. Before extending the antenna, confirm that no
one is close enough to get injured by it.
To prevent damage to the antenna, make sure it is retracted before running vehicle through an
automatic car wash.
COMPONENT LOCATIONS
For component locations, refer to illustration. See Fig. 1 .
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Fig. 1: Locating Audio Components (Liftback Shown, Others Similar)
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
PRELIMINARY INSPECTION
Verify customer complaint by operating system. Visually inspect for obvious signs of mechanical
and/or electrical damage. Inspect for blown fuses and damaged relays. Inspect for loose or
corroded connections, damaged wiring harnesses and/or switches. Check for a broken or partially
broken wire inside insulation, which could cause system malfunction but prove good in a
continuity/voltage check with system disconnected. Ensure any aftermarket electronic equipment
is properly installed. If fault is found, repair as necessary.
COMPONENT TESTS
GLASS PRINTED ANTENNA
NOTE: When testing grid wires with voltmeter, wrap aluminum foil around
end of test probe, then press foil to grid wire. This will prevent probe
from damaging grid wire.
To locate breaks in grid wire filaments, attach a voltmeter to middle portion of each
filament. See Fig. 2 . Attach other meter probe to vertical section of window grid.
1.
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If a grid is broken, meter will register zero volts or about 10 volts, depending on if grid is
broken between or outside test leads. If wire is unbroken, meter will register about 5 volts.
To locate break, move probe along wire until voltage changes abruptly. To repair, see REAR
WINDOW DEFOGGER article.
2.
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Fig. 2: Testing Grid Filament
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ANTENNA MOTOR
CAUTION: These tests must be performed quickly (within 3-5 seconds) to
prevent the coil from burning out.
Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal No. 1 and the negative (-) lead to
terminal No. 4. See Fig. 3 .
1.
Check that the motor turns (moves upward). Then, reverse the polarity, and check that the
motor turns the opposite way (moves downward).
2.
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Fig. 3: Testing Antenna Motor Operation
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ANTENNA MOTOR CONTROL RELAY
Disconnect the connector from the relay. Inspect the connector on the wire harness side. See
Fig. 4 and Fig. 5 .
1.
If the circuit is as specified, replace the relay. 2.



Fig. 4: Identifying Antenna Motor Control Relay Wire Harness Terminals
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Fig. 5: Testing Antenna Motor Control Relay Operation
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REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
CAUTION: When battery is disconnected, vehicle computer and memory
systems may lose memory data. Driveability problems may exist
until computer systems have completed a relearn cycle. See
COMPUTER RELEARN PROCEDURES article in GENERAL
INFORMATION before disconnecting battery.
ANTENNA ROD (1991-95)
NOTE: On 1990 models, information was not provided by the manufacturer.
Removal
NOTE: Perform this operation with the battery negative (-) cable connected
to the battery terminal.
Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position. 1.
Remove the antenna nut. See Fig. 6 . 2.
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NOTE: To prevent body damage when the antenna rod is released,
hold the rod while it comes out. See Fig. 7 .
On models with CD player, press the AM-FM buttons on the radio receiver, and
simultaneously turn the ignition switch to ACC position.
3.
NOTE: To prevent body damage when the antenna rod is released,
hold the rod while it comes out.
On models without CD player, press the AM button on the radio receiver, and
simultaneously turn the ignition switch to ACC position.
4.
On all models, remove the antenna rod after it is fully extended and released from the
antenna motor. Leave the ignition switch in ACC position.
5.



Fig. 6: Removing Antenna Nut
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Fig. 7: Removing Antenna Rod
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Installation
NOTE: When inserting the cable, the teeth on the cable must face toward
the rear of the vehicle. See Fig. 8 .
Insert the cable of the rod until it reaches the bottom. Insert the antenna approximately 300
mm (11.8 in.).
1.
NOTE: In case the cable is not wound, twist it. See Fig. 9 .
Wind the cable to retract the rod by turning the ignition switch to LOCK position. If the
ignition switch is already in LOCK position, then turn the ignition switch to ACC position.
2.
Install the antenna nut even if the rod has not retracted fully. 3.
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Inspect the antenna rod operation by pushing the radio wave band select buttons even if the
rod has not retracted fully. It will finally retract fully.
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Fig. 8: Installing Antenna Rod
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Fig. 9: Twisting Antenna Rod Cable
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WIRING DIAGRAMS
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Fig. 10: Power Antenna Wiring Diagram (1990-91)
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Fig. 11: Power Antenna Wiring Diagram (1992-93)
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Fig. 12: Power Antenna Wiring Diagram (1994)
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Fig. 13: Power Antenna Wiring Diagram (1995)
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