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Old 26th February 2009, 09:13   #1
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Default How to fold the antenna of Hyundai i10?

It is recommended to fold (push back) or remove the radio antenna while washing (or when covering the car). I checked in the manual but there was no mention of how to fold it. Is removing the antenna only option?

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Old 26th February 2009, 09:35   #2
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The Antenna can be pushed back towards the roof if you are planning to cover the car. The other option is to remove the antenna completely by turning it anti-clockwise. I believe these are the only 2 options you have.

PS : The manual tell you precisely how to remove and put back the antenna.
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The Antenna can be pushed back towards the roof if you are planning to cover the car. The other option is to remove the antenna completely by turning it anti-clockwise. I believe these are the only 2 options you have.

PS : The manual tell you precisely how to remove and put back the antenna.
Thanks Jango. I tried pushing the antenna back but it wouldn't budge. Is there a right and wrong way to push it back?
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