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Ok internet wisdom. I just bought a used 2002 Tahoe. And I have no idea what this is. Any thoughts? dec9509dc7a0e12e9c1ab9b31ae7d39a.heic6e4c09f6dbc4d5476819158924acd982.heic

 

 

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Get rid of it now. Unless your in contract on truck. Looks like a antenna for tracking, or remote shut down I would follow wire to source and find out.

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It looks like the add on (aftermarket) satellite antenna of that era (2002), or what 1 Slow 1500 said.

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If that is intended to be a satellite radio antenna, it isn't gonna work well if at all inside the vehicle.

Cut that thing out of there.

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Yup, and follow the wire to what it's connected to, you probably want to disconnect & remove that as well.

 

You may want to follow the wire to the controlling unit, and figure out what it is first, there's a small chance it could be something useful.

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