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RF Hub Headliner Antenna Info

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2016 Dodge Charger
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My 2016 Charger (Hellcat) was stolen. Recovered it, no problem, thanks to Apple Airtags.

But, the wiring in the rear of the headliner was ripped out (so the car could not be found by Dodge Uconnect). And now, my key fobs don't work (among other things) unless I'm right up on the car.

Please see the three attached pics.

There is a coax cable on the left side that is ripped and three cable ends on the right side. Can someone please tell me what things should normally look like and what is missing, what I need to order, etc.? Maybe I'm also missing a box of some sort, but I think the corresponding boxes are on the rear window deck??

I sent the pics to a Chrysler dealer as insurance will/should take care of the repairs. Right now, they are telling me a whole wiring/body harness is needed (68270975AD), or replace the headliner (5VK01DX9AC) as the headliner may come with the body harness integrated/attached. But... both part numbers are discontinued, currently. They said they are still looking into the matter.

If someone can tell me what needs to be replaced and where the cables go (to/from), maybe I can find something on eBay or at a wrecking yard, rather than waiting on Mopar for a harness that my never go back into production.

We also have a 2018 Challenger. Maybe it's similar enough to where I can take a peek underneath the headliner and get an idea what I'm missing??

I appreciate any advice / help. Thank you!

2016 Charger Left Antenna Wire.jpg 2016 Charger Right Antenna Connections closeup.jpg 2016 Charger Right Antenna Connections.jpg
 


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Sorry you are dealing with this. We do have at least one member that might be able to help with this.
 


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Looks like you might be able to repair the body harness with just new plastic connectors and a replacement sharkfin. PM sent with more detail.
 




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