Assuming the wire itself is pretty standard, but I will need both sides of the clip.
I've read other posts about making the connection using various other methods, but if these snaps/clips are around it would be good to get one. If not, I'll run a wire from the back of the stereo and fix it to the screen using some of the suggested in other threads, conductive glue.
Thanks for your help.
To make sure I understood fully... your windshield has the antenna integrated into the windshield, jah? That being the case, you would need to check to see if the transparent plastic tab with the snap on the glass side is still intact and operable. The wire that connects the radio to that has the other half of the snap and clips to the glass side. The other end of the wire has the expected connection on the radio end that just pushes in (may be called an RCA connector?).
I may have a couple of extras of these wires on my bone cars. Need to keep one for myself. My organ donor cars are a 2 hour round trip away, and I don't get down there often this time of year (it's winter here). If there is no big rush on your end, I could bring one back with me when I make my next visit. And also take a pick of what all goes on in that area for you. You could use that time to check the condition of the snap on the glass on yours to see if that wire is all you need. You may have to pull the dash away from the car somewhat to get a good look (2 attachment points on each side, and 2 screws behind the upper dash vents, I believe). Make sure you don't yank on that wire when pulling your dash away. It may be anchored on the firewall. You don't want the wire to strain on the glass side. That could break off the tab with the snap!
The windshields with integral antennas on a factory GTV6 had the antenna wires on the interior side of the glass, exposed. In my state, our inspection stickers go just under the interior mirror on the inside of the glass. Many antennas have been killed by a mechanic taking a razor blade to remove the expired sticker... and shaving the antenna wires off the glass in the process! I recently purchased a used aftermarket windshield that had the antenna wires INSIDE the sandwich. You can tell which you have by running your fingers lightly over the wires on the inside of the glass. If you feel a slight bump there, you have the stock ALFA design. The one I just purchased had the tab with the snap broken off... and a connector wire had been soldered in its place. If you find bad news on the condition of your snap, I can send a detail pic of how that looks in case you need to create a new connection.
Most folks prefer the integrated antenna glass, as it solves the problem of where to put an ugly mast antenna on the body. The glass that is NLA, and most desired, has an amber/bronze tint and integrated antenna. So, if yours is still in good shape, treat it with care!
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