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Old 12-23-2012, 08:21 PM   #1
mirkrod
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Antenna rod broken on the threading piece

I have searched through this forum and found a few helpful posts, but I'm wondering if someone can give me a step-by-step walkthrough on how to fix this problem.

I have a 2002 Ford Focus ZTS and when I was brushing the snow off my car from the snowstorm, I accidentally broke my antenna. The mount is still intact, but the rod got snapped at the base (where the threading is). I see no way of getting it out, so I'm wondering if anyone knows which part it is and how to do it in step-by-step.

Visual illustrations will be helpful, but not necessary.

Again, my car is 2002 Ford Focus ZTS.

Thanks guys!


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