Date Added: Saturday 26 March, 2011
Very simple to install. Use two improvised tools to hand - a bradawl and a tiny screwdriver from an xmas cracker worked well (watch that paintwork!!)and twist the chrome slotted cap on the wing anti-clockwise and remove together with any other trim; then pull out any remaining chrome aerial parts. Switch on the stereo until the motor stops. Feed into the aerial hole the plastic coated lead and wiggle it about until it goes past the easily feelable ledge. Switch off the stereo. The plastic coated aerial lead and metal collapsing parts should just feed in. Then re-assemble the trim. Took minutes to do. Works a treat, and the instructions included are spot on. Needs two people though as impossible to feed the aerial into the hole and switch off the stereo at the same time.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]