In my Infiniti i30 the antenna will not retract although it kept trying with growling noise. So I disconnected the power to the growling motor. Now radio works but the clock and remotes stop working.

Asked by Apr 28, 2013 at 05:20 PM about the 1997 INFINITI I30 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

In my Infiniti i30 the antenna will not retract although it kept trying with growling
noise. So I disconnected the power to the growling motor. Now radio works but
the clock and remotes stop working. What went wrong? If it is a blown fuse, where
is the fuse?The symptom did not reverse on reconnecting the power to the motor
which measured 10volts, (not 12+volts) on turning the radio on and off.

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take a gander at the fuses/fusebox...becha you'll find one of them bad~

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Don't make me search for your schematic, now-

261,115

Maybe the clock reset itself. BTW, the nylon cable that makes the antenna mast go up and down is broken. You can fix it by purchasing a new Mast. Remove the mast, then take the motor apart to remove the broken piece,and install. Here is a walkthough I found,.http://www.miata.net/garage/power_antenna_repair.html

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