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Old 12-24-2009, 08:47 PM   #1
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Ok, well I'm very fluent with the audio wiring of my supra. I've installed countless CD players....and this is the 2nd time I've ran into this problem.

Apparently the new CD players only have 1 remote wire....Which is also the power antenna wire.

So....umm... Does anyone know where I can stick a wire in the harness for the power antenna to retract and come up right?

The problem is that if I connect both wires to the same, the antenna is always up even if I'm on CD not radio.

Any help?
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Yeah, I hate that... especially since I rarely listen to the radio. All you need to do though is put a switch in between the remote line and the antenna line... then when you're listening to the radio just flip the switch. When the switch is off the antenna should just come down, but you can ground the other terminal to be sure (I *think* that's what I did).
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Didn't think about that...
Hmm... Sounds like a challenge. I love messing with stuff like that

Sounds fun haha..
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