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Mk1 Lexus Gs300 Aerial Trouble


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OK so today i turn on my car and notice the aerial was already up.

I turned the engine of and the aerial wouldnt go down, and it made a horrible grining noise.

When I got home I unscrewed the aerial nut and the aerial came out. At the end there is a plastic cord.

How do i get the system to accept the aerial back in?

any ideas??

:offtopic: The red ! came on today. The turned the engine off and back on and it was gone. What does the ! mean??

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i think you are talking about the rear light warning signal ,this also comes on when brake fluid is low .

i dont know if this will help.

:tomato:

http://www.lexls.com/tutorials/audio/powerantenna.html

i had similar problem with my gs300, 93 reg. the plastic cable had slipped out of the motor so i had to reinsert it but this is a common fault.

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i think you are talking about the rear light warning signal ,this also comes on when brake fluid is low .

i dont know if this will help.

:tomato:

http://www.lexls.com/tutorials/audio/powerantenna.html

i had similar problem with my gs300, 93 reg. the plastic cable had slipped out of the motor so i had to reinsert it but this is a common fault.

it will help him if the light is still on .R.E the last sentence of his post :yawn:

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  • 3 weeks later...

Regarding your antenna-troubles...youre gonna have to buy a new antenna-shaft that has a complete "plastic cord" :) The grinding noise youve heard is most likely the antenna-motor not being able to grap the cord...cause its broken...

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