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2008 Boxster RS60 Spyder with CDR24 and Bose. USA.

Last owner spliced the antenna cable,,,and now it has busted as I attempted to install a Dension Gateway Lite. I need to replace the antenna cable from the CDR24 to the antenna control unit. Does anyone know where the antenna control unit is located and how to gain access to it?

Looked under the cowl but I do not see an antenna lead coming out of the cabin nor do I see any sort of control unit in the center of the cowl. This is a 987 with Bose - could it be located elsewhere? From the diagrams I have, it appears the antenna controls feeds two antennas located in the inner right and left window pillar. Any suggestions?

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I think it might be located in the centre console area near where it meets the dash.

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If memory serves me correctly, on a 987 it is centrally mounted below the plastic cowl in front of the windscreen.

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mwswenson is correct. The 987 uses a diversity antennae on the pcm or singular antennae from the windscreen on the standard stereo. The connection under the windscreen cowl is I beleive for the PCM/ navigation antennae . The connection for the radio antennae is under the passenger footwell cowl.

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