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Old 01-27-2019, 11:31 AM
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Aftermarket radio install - Sirius antenna

I have installed a new Pioneer radio in my car and also bought a new Sirius tuner. My intention is to retain the original MB sat antenna and have routed a cable from the trunk to the front. So far so good. My challange is that I am not sure where the original sat antenna cable connects to the car so I can plug in my new Sirius tuner.

Does anyone know where in the trunk that sat antenna cable is located?
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Originally Posted by sgaar View Post
I have installed a new Pioneer radio in my car and also bought a new Sirius tuner. My intention is to retain the original MB sat antenna and have routed a cable from the trunk to the front. So far so good. My challange is that I am not sure where the original sat antenna cable connects to the car so I can plug in my new Sirius tuner.

Does anyone know where in the trunk that sat antenna cable is located?
.....I would pose that question in the Audio & Electronics section. Pretty good info there too.
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Check this link out: https://mbworld.org/forums/e-class-w...-pics-txt.html

Specifically this picture:https://cimg9.ibsrv.net/gimg/www.mbw...7f3a67fec3.jpg

There might be other useful info in that link while you are working through it. Routing the cable isn't too bad, I did it ~3 months ago. The trim pieces you have to remove pop off easily enough, and I didn't break any plastic tabs on any of it like I've always managed to do.
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