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Looks like an aftermarket fuseholder.
 

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Ok. Makes sense. GT-S has two antenna connectors. If memory serves, one is a mini-GM style.

Good luck. Looks like things weren't butchered. So, it shouldn't be too difficult.
 

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I confirm it was the antenna cable, it looks like a jack plug. Luckily the old owner didn't cut any wires, apart from a couple of wires I had to put some tape back on them, and I took the opportunity to replace the old adhesive cable tape with new Tesa cable tape (cloth-like ). And luckily the radio works very well, the old owner gave me the radio together with the car a few years ago. I know that a CD player today is out of date, but I tried a couple of CDs and the sound surprised me. The radio also sounds great. And as far as I'm concerned it looks really neat.
 

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Nah man, I went out of my way to buy an old radio unit just to have a CD player still, even though I mostly use aux.
 
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