The antenna connection, for your 2000 Ford Taurus, is on the back of the radio. The antenna cable goes from the radio to the connection in the windshield.
Cut the electrical connection or remove the plug behind the radio. Buy a new antenna at Radio Shack. Remove inner fender (plastic) for access to antennna.
No. You will need a external transmitter with a suitable antenna.
There is a connection joint under the headliner near the antenna base on the roof, then a cable that runs toward the front of the car with an end near the radio unit itself
By removing the spare tire, moving the air compressor out of the way, then removing the plastic cover above the Radio Module. The X5 antenna connection is on the radio module. You will see 2 connections- the bigger one is the antenna that gives you signal. The smaller connection is a 12v cable that provides power to the antenna amp.
1). If it's getting any FM stations, then the radio is OK.2). If it's getting the strong (nearby) stations but not the weak (far away) ones,then check the car's FM antenna, the connection between the antenna and thecable, the condition of the cable from the antenna to the radio, and the connectionbetween the cable and the radio.
The radio antenna is a fine wire imbedded in the windshield. If your radio doesn't pull in any stations, but you get static then probably the cable came out of the back of the radio. If you recently got a new windshied it may have not had the antenna. You should be an antenna at an auto parts store and install it on the front fender.
Ford mondeo 03 cable route and connection points antenna to radio
Remove the front wheel , antenna side and wheel to gain access to the antenna's nut
because you don't have signal or it's broken the radio system, chek the antenna connection.
An XM satellite radio antenna cannot be used as a cell phone antenna as they use a different type of connection. Satellite signals operate on a different frequency from cell phones and use different technologies in their antennas as well.
The radio is grounding through the antenna connection. Unplug the antenna and see that it will stop. However you still need to hook up the ground 1st and the antenna last.
basic answer behind the radio or under the fender behind the plastic
Radio antenna can be translated as: Funkantenne Radionantenne
To replace the radio antenna on the 1990 Jetta you simply unscrew it (counter-clockwise) and screw the new one clock-wise. If you are replacing antenna with off the shelf product You will probably have to remove the wheel, wheel well fender protector, to have access to the bolt for the antenna
# Remove the center trim panel # Remove the radio mounting screws then pull the radio out of the instrument panel just far enough to access the electrical connectors and the antenna cable on the backside of the unit # Disconnect the electrical connectors and antenna lead from the backside of the radio and remove the radio
Remove the center trim panelRemove the radio mounting screws then pull the radio out of the instrument panel just far enough to access the electrical connectors and antenna cable on the backside of the unitDisconnect the electrical connectors and the antenna lead from the backside of the radio and remove the radio
a microwave transmitter
The antenna is located in the rear window. You can see the lines at the top (they look like the defrost wires) and the connection is on the interior of the window, at the top in the middle.
Squealing can come from a number of things. But usually, its a bad ground connection from the radio or either the antenna needs a better ground.
A simple continuity test will do, check for continuity from the antenna to the plug. Not much goes wrong with these though I would look at the plug connection at the back of the stereo sometimes they are loose and come apart.
Bad antenna? Radio needs to be trimmed Bad antenna? Radio needs to be trimmed
Your antenna lead-in is broken, and the radio isn't getting any signal. That's why it keeps scanning and can't hear anything. Check the connection from the antenna to the cable, and if that's OK, then you'll have to replace the cable from the antenna to the radio. You did connect the antenna to it when you were checking it in the first car, right ? You can quickly test this hypothesis: With a radio in the first car, where no radio works, connect the power, but don't connect the car's antenna to it. Instead, stick the end of a different piece of wire ( 3 to 6 ft long) into the center hole of the antenna connector on the radio, and see if that makes it possible for the radio to start hearing things.
The radio antenna converts electromagnetic radiation to electrical energy
# Remove the center trim panel # Remove the radio mounting screws then pull the radio out of the instrument panel just far enough to access the electrical connectors and the antenna cable on the back of the unit # Disconnect the electrical connectors and the antenna lead from the backside of the radio and remove the radio