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Old 23-03-2018, 05:09 PM   #1
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disconnecting r33 electric arial

as above need to know how to disconnect the power to my arial
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Old 25-03-2018, 12:14 AM   #2
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dont you just unplug it at the aerial itself?
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Or pull the fuse?
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any idea where fuse is as writing on fuse box in car is in japanese
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could feel any plugs on the arial
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Do a google search bud, you will find images of the fusebox text in English, I had one printed out but I've misplaced it lol.
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Does the aerial have a separate fuse?

I thought blue wire from back of head unit controlled the electric aerial
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From memory does it not power on and pop up when the head unit has power?

Why would you not want the ariel if you've the head unit on?
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arial not used and its making a horrid noise something to do with the plastic gears
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Just unplug it, there's a plug there but it sits nearly flush with the aerial housing
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