Dodge Journey: Removal

NOTE: The antenna cables are integrated into the body wiring harnesses. New antenna cables is overlaid on the body wiring harness.

SATELLITE AUDIO ONLY

1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.

2. Lower the rear portion of the headliner as necessary to gain access to the audio antenna.

3. Disconnect the antenna cable(s).

4. Remove antenna mast by unscrewing mast from antenna body.

5. Remove the fastener from the mounting bracket.

6. Remove the antenna bracket.

7. Remove the antenna base from the roof of the vehicle.

8. Remove the passenger side quarter trim panel.

9. Remove the passenger side C-pillar.

10. Remove the passenger side scuff plates.

11. Remove the passenger side cowl panel.

12. Remove the glove box.

13. Remove the radio.

CAUTION: Pulling the antenna cable straight out of the radio without pulling onthe locking antenna connector could damage the cable or radio.

14. Disconnect the antenna.

SATELLITE AUDIO AND VIDEO

AUDIO CABLE TO MODULE

NOTE: The antenna cables are integrated into the body wiring harnesses. New antenna cables is overlaid on the body wiring harness.

1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.

2. Lower the rear portion of the headliner as necessary to gain access to the audio antenna.

3. Disconnect the antenna cable(s).

4. Remove antenna mast by unscrewing mast from antenna body.

5. Remove the fastener from the mounting bracket.

6. Remove the antenna bracket.

7. Remove the antenna base from the roof of the vehicle.

8. Remove the passenger side quarter trim panel.

9. Remove the passenger side C-pillar.

10. Remove the passenger side scuff plates.

11. Position the passenger seat forward.

CAUTION: Pulling the antenna cable straight out of the radio without pulling onthe locking antenna connector could damage the cable or radio.

12. Disconnect the audio antenna from the module.

VIDEO CABLE TO MODULE

NOTE: The antenna cables are integrated into the body wiring harnesses. New antenna cables is overlaid on the body wiring harness.

1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.

2. Lower the front portion of the headliner as necessary to gain access to the video antenna.

3. Disconnect the antenna cable(s).

4. Remove antenna mast by unscrewing mast from antenna body.

5. Remove the fastener from the mounting bracket.

6. Remove the antenna bracket.

7. Remove the antenna base from the roof of the vehicle.

8. Remove the passenger side front scuff plate.

9. Remove the passenger side cowl panel.

10. Position the passenger seat forward.

CAUTION: Pulling the antenna cable straight out of the radio without pulling onthe locking antenna connector could damage the cable or radio.

11. Disconnect the video antenna from the module.

SIGNAL (RADIO FEED) ANTENNA CABLE FROM MODULE TO COWL

NOTE: The antenna cables are integrated into the body wiring harnesses. New antenna cables is overlaid on the body wiring harness.

1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.

2. Remove the passenger side front scuff plate.

3. Remove the passenger side cowl panel.

4. Position the passenger seat forward.

CAUTION: Pulling the antenna cable straight out of the radio without pulling onthe locking antenna connector could damage the cable or radio.

5. Disconnect the signal (radio feed) antenna from the module.

6. Disconnect the antenna cable from the instrument panel antenna cable in the cowl area.

SIGNAL (RADIO FEED) ANTENNA FROM COWL TO RADIO

NOTE: The antenna cables are integrated into the body wiring harnesses. New antenna cables is overlaid on the body wiring harness.

1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.

2. Remove the passenger side cowl panel.

3. Remove the glove box.

4. Remove the radio.

CAUTION: Pulling the antenna cable straight out of the radio without pulling onthe locking antenna connector could damage the cable or radio.

5. Disconnect the antenna from the radio.

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