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Thread: 2002 Deville DTS, Bose, On-Star... aftermarket Antenna?

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    D0ughb0y is offline Cadillac Owners Member
    Automobile(s): 2002 DTS
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    2002 Deville DTS, Bose, On-Star... aftermarket Antenna?

    My car's radio reception SUCKS. I've checked all the wires, checked the windshields and connections and everythign looks good. I pulled the radio and checked reception with a length of copper wire (about 3') and got fantastic reception. Plug the stock stuff back in and it all goes back to crap.

    If I buy an aftermarket antenna that can either be hidden somewhere or placed somewhere not noticable, will it cause any problems? I don't use onstar at all.

    I've really had enough with not getting any stations.

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    N*Caddy is offline Cadillac Owners Master
    Automobile(s): 1997 Cadillac STS (BOSE w/AUX In, Massage Seats, URPAS, "Z")
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    Toronto, Canada

    Re: 2002 Deville DTS, Bose, On-Star... aftermarket Antenna?

    There is an antenna module that switches between AM and FM antennas. Start with that first, the FM antenna is on the windshield and the AM/FM antenna is on the rear glass. The module is located above the rear glass, central to the car.

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