Advice To Repair Power Antenna Cable

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Advice To Repair Power Antenna Cable

Post by charliebates » Tue Sep 25, 2018 12:00 pm

Hello everyone, I'm new to the forum and my first post.
I can sure use help to repair an AM FM cable. I've searched the WWW and cant get results.

I have a 1982 Chevy Berlina (Corvette) with AM FM Cassette radio and with a power antenna.

Where the antenna cable plugs into the radio there is a small electronic (noise filter ?) that is soldered inline from the little inner antenna cable wire on one end and to the Motorola male connector on the other end that plugs into the radio.
I believe it is a filter to stop noise from the operation of the power antenna. The electronic (noise filter?) has the number "75" written on it and has a "J" written under the number.
I looking to find a replacement electronic part to repair it.
Here's a picture, can anyone help?
Thx in advance, John

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Re: Advice To Repair Power Antenna Cable

Post by NECRAT » Tue Sep 25, 2018 7:14 pm

charliebates wrote:
Tue Sep 25, 2018 12:00 pm
Hello everyone, I'm new to the forum and my first post.
I can sure use help to repair an AM FM cable. I've searched the WWW and cant get results.

I have a 1982 Chevy Berlina (Corvette) with AM FM Cassette radio and with a power antenna.

Where the antenna cable plugs into the radio there is a small electronic (noise filter ?) that is soldered inline from the little inner antenna cable wire on one end and to the Motorola male connector on the other end that plugs into the radio.
I believe it is a filter to stop noise from the operation of the power antenna. The electronic (noise filter?) has the number "75" written on it and has a "J" written under the number.
I looking to find a replacement electronic part to repair it.
Here's a picture, can anyone help?
Thx in advance, John

https://scontent.fyxd1-1.fna.fbcdn.net/ ... e=5C257CCE
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Re: Advice To Repair Power Antenna Cable

Post by davek » Fri Sep 28, 2018 5:42 am

Looks like a polystyrene film capacitor...

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