Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Bainbridge, Ohio
Thank you for your reply and Coby7 thank you for the diagram. Like stratosproject said above, the (female) antenna wire did pull free from the (male) bracket assembly. All I will need to purchase is the bracket, bezel and the cool shorty antenna from modern performance.
Thank you all for your timely replies and good advice.
History: 2006 cobalt LT sedan. Blue Granite Metallic. Alloy rims.
This is a car for my 16 year old son that I am trying to convince him that a cobalt is a cool car, great on gas and a solid 2.2L engine. The car has 96,400, one owner who took it to the dealer every 3500 miles for oil changes and rotated the tires every other. She had all the recommended service done at same dealer. (non smoking female)
My mechanic told me it is solid with no issues other than one shock is leaking and the gaskets are gone from the top of the struts.
Drives nice, one small pea sized rust spot on bottom of front doors and interior door lip and rocker panel on one side, is a little rusted (no holes) but not bad according to my body guy. Few scratches but nothing major. Interior very clean, no stains rips or damage.
My old sound system will be going in.
I have a pair of Blaupunkt overdrive 4 way 6x9's for rear (need to figure out how to remove the interior rear deck panel) and a pair of MB Quart PVF 213 US 5 1/4's for the front doors. (I saw another member hid the crossovers under the arm rest) (need to figure out the door panel removal too)
12" Blaupunkt overdrive sub (enclosed in box) for the trunk. I have the distribution block, monster cables, jacks and 100 amp fuse block.
Older pioneer head unit but will probably replace that and need to get a couple amps to power everything. (amps got stolen, Zapco mono and U.S acoustics from old van)
I will have the stereo guy put in the amps and head unit. I think that should raise the cool factor a bit?
Thank you again for your replies,
Last edited by crunchman; 04-25-2012 at 04:23 PM.