Originally Posted by Jeff Auton
It was a remove and replace job. There is only two pins with a slip ring to remove and replace. You have to unscrew the coax cable from the old and screw it back into the Jack. It's very simple.
Mine required a tiny bit a filing. one of the old square tubes would hang up on the under side of the bracket. I took a file to the edge and clearanced it enough to not rub and good to go.
I do wish it came with shorter pins since the bracket was not as wide as the old batwing, but it's not a big deal.