Known for its Italian design, the Fiat Bravo is a spacious and stylish hatchback, equipped with a larger interior than the Fiat 500, with its radio located in the centre console. Once the Bravo's radio is broken, repairs will need to be made to it, including replacing the radio's aerial. The aerial is found at the back of the Bravo's stereo. Before installing a new aerial, the old one must be removed first, which is easy to do.
Insert the Sony release keys at the top and the midpoint of the radio's left side to detach the radio's left portion. Sony release keys are available for purchase at most auto parts stores and online.
Place the keys at the top and the midpoint of the radio's right side and insert a screwdriver in the middle of the keys to detach the radio's right portion.
Pull out the radio from the Bravo's centre console and detach the wiring and aerial found at the back of the radio.
Attach a new aerial, reassemble the wiring and replace the radio into the Bravo's centre console.