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I found an oem one on ebay for $450.

However, if you search on ebay for "power antenna 2007 XK", you will find plenty of items that say they will fit, for $35 or so shipped.

I am sure they are not an exact duplicate, but will probably work.

After dealing with my Toyota Camry and the my Mercedes C220 power antennas for a long time, this is exactly why I bought the 2008 XK over the 2007 XK, to not ever have to worry about power antennas again.
 

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I was told by my jag dealer that this new part requires wiring reconfiguration.
Additional labor plus the part prices out to $1,500. Wow.
Do i have the correct info?? Was advised just yesterday by service advisor.
This is why i am seeking a new or used oem part c2p6419. I believe i can actualy install myself.
I know the part is located behind the top motor -- which will have to be removed in order reach the antennae motor.
All this from a car wash that failed to lower the antennae.
Thanks for the help.
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I was told by my jag dealer that this new part requires wiring reconfiguration.
Additional labor plus the part prices out to $1,500. Wow.
Do i have the correct info?? Was advised just yesterday by service advisor.
This is why i am seeking a new or used oem part c2p6419. I believe i can actualy install myself.
I know the part is located behind the top motor -- which will have to be removed in order reach the antennae motor.
All this from a car wash that failed to lower the antennae.
Thanks for the help.
Jack
Oh, is the motor broken, or just the retractable antenna? The antenna can be replaced for much much cheaper. Do a search and you can find info on it.
IIRC, I bought one a few years ago, just to keep as a spare.
 

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If it is just the mast, see this thread:
https://www.jaguarforums.com/forum/x...nt-8478/page2/

The last posting lists a part number A008-DBC2200 from antennasrus.com (the link didn't take me anywhere), but you can google that part number, and I found it on amazon, and purchased one of them.

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OR, get a tape-on strip antenna for inside the boot somewhere, hook the coax to that, then remove the ghastly whip antenna and guts, plug the hole in the wing, then be happy about it.
 
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OR, get a tape-on strip antenna for inside the boot somewhere, hook the coax to that, then remove the ghastly whip antenna and guts, plug the hole in the wing, then be happy about it.
Yeh, there's a thread or two out there on that solution, one suggesting (and using) a marine antenna. Think I got one of those too, thinking I might pull the fuse for the antenna, but haven't done that, as I've found that I've rarely turned on the audio anything, but rather listen to the beautiful tune coming from the rear of the car.
 
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..... I've rarely turned on the audio anything, but rather listen to the beautiful tune coming from the rear of the car.
And there was I thinking I'm the only one. Last time the audio was ON was at the Dealer to check it worked.

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And there was I thinking I'm the only one. Last time the audio was ON was at the Dealer to check it worked.

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Me too. I only listen to the engine and the exhaust note. That's music to my ears.
 
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I had a new mast installed. When the radio is turned on, the mast rises right up.
When the radio is turned off, there is a 5+ second pause. The mast then descends down and slows to an almost stop a foot above the fender. It then rachets down with the noise of slipping gears. It's a very noticable grinding sound. The mast finishes its descent in 3-5 seconds. The assumption by the Jag dealer is that the gear in the motor is stripped.

Not my case, but I understand that there are other occasions where the "tail" of the old mast geaar thread breaks off in the motor and the new thread doesn't fully reach its end position. In that case, the mast will not fully descend.

I'm currently looking into area junk yards. Still "no cigar."

Thanks for your help.
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generic motors work fine. Also 95 miata is a viable replacement I read somewhere on here.
 
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I had a new mast installed. When the radio is turned on, the mast rises right up.
When the radio is turned off, there is a 5+ second pause.

Jack
The pause before retraction is programmed on purpose to prevent excessive wear in the case of stop/start situations...this is not related to the modern engine start/stop systems. The pause has been a feature of all Jaguar electric aerial units since 1980 at least. It is not a malfunction.
 
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Mine has a delay before descending, so that is not a problem.
Since there is no ‘grinding’ on the initial descent (or is there?), but only on the final leg, I’d suspect that the cogs on the mast tail were stripped at that point, rather than the motor gear, which ran fine on the first part of the mast tail.
 
 
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