Fix damaged shark fin antenna

horatio8

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I managed to rip off part of the shark fin antenna housing on my 2013 LR4 in a parking garage. GPS and radio still work and I temporarily patched it with duct tape. I got a quote to replace it, but I'm loath to pull down the headliner to do the fix. Are there any alternatives that would involve sealing the hole? I don't care about the looks but want it to be weather-tight. Thanks.
 

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f1racer328

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Checkout this thread. It doesn't seem like too hard of a job. Only a small section of the rear headliner needs to be removed.
 

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There's a waterproof tape called Etarnabond. It comes in black and would be a permanent seal. They use this on RV roofs to seal seams etc.
 

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