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1975 Volkswagen Beetle Accessories & Parts Reviews
Average rating: 4.5 4.5 - 13 reviews
2007 Volkswagen Beetle | Posted by Raymond | (Naperville, IL)

My fiance's antenna of her 2007 Volkswagen New Beetle was chipped off by a not-so-intelligent individual using a snow shovel to clean off her car a few winters ago. Regardless of the cause, the antenna was rendered useless and acted purely as a water stop for the antenna penetration. I ordered this antenna as a direct fit replacement, by searching her make and model through CARiD. As soon as it came I removed the necessary trim on the Beetle's hatch opening and looked at the wiring connections. When wiring an amplified antenna, there are two required connections: power from the battery (typically controlled by a radio fuse for on/off) and the actual signal send from the antenna to the back of the radio. To be a direct plug and play, the component you wish to replace needs to match the precious components wiring, and thus have the required wiring harness(es) that plug into existing leads of the car. This product does not have any matching wiring harnesses for a 2007 New Beetle (0 for 2 for wiring leads/connections). In fact, the antenna signal wiring was a male end of a larger diameter of the existing female end of the old antenna (male-male connection is not possible in the electrical world). I did not want to spend the over $300 dollars for a direct OEM part from Germany (or wait the time it would take to ship), thus I took on making this antenna work. I removed the old antenna and spliced the wiring connections with plenty of length left on the car-side of the leads. I then stripped and spliced both the antenna's leads and the car's leads, wire nutted and taped (electrical tape) the connections. Radio now works in her Beetle. The bottom line was that either CARiD or the actual manufacturing company, Scosche, dropped the ball on listing compatibility. The only matched factor of the antenna was the fact it fit through the hole in the roof (I had my drill ready just in case). This product performs well but is possibly an advanced install, depending on your vehicle.

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