I applied more heat and then pushed the bolt into the antenna. Tighten it down and go for a ride.
Lubricate the clean gears and housing with white lithium grease; it works well even at low temperatures. Warnings Be careful not to cut yourself on aluminum or on the broken part of your antenna.
The thoughtful people at Saturn supplied the antenna mount with a shear bolt but forgot to make both ends removable. One thing I ended up doing that is not pictured is while the antenna was still rocket hot I fed a 2 foot long piece of solder into it. Many radio antennas have telescoping links that allow it to extend or detract.
Due to aluminum foil's malleable nature, your antenna will probably be somewhat flimsy until you apply your duct tape.
Find the link directly below the break in your antenna. Flatten and trim your aluminum strip. Reinstall the assembly and bolt the mast bushing back in place. PVC Class.
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You will first need to cut the top of the can free from the rest of it. This is likely the best place for you to apply your aluminum foil.
It worked well for me! My Saturn Vue was in a tangle with a mailbox. Method 2. Then tighten the second nut against the first.