It is under the hood at the right rear of the engine compartment at the antenae.
Disconnect wires at antenna
remove the pass. finder linner and find plug to the motor and disconnect it
Check your RPO codes. If it has an U75 than it had a power antenna. If it has RPO code US6 it has a painted fixed antenna. There was only one style power antenna used from the factory.
Try finding the power cord that goes into the antenna and disconnect it
the antenna its self will have a connector you can unhook
It isn't an easy job as you have to remove the inner finder panel.
Your antenna can be disconnected from behide your radio or if you know how to take off your antenna mount on the outside of your car the cable that's attached to that you can disconnect but make sure you put black tape around it because sometimes it can act as a ground for your radio.
in a simple way yank it out but there will most likley be a better responce tham mine
There is a wire which connects the power to the antenna. The wire is located under the hood right near the back of the fender hump on the passengers side. If you look you will see where it goes down insdie the fender to the antenna power unit. Just unplag the connector and you are good to go. vbdenny
First physical pull the antenna all the way up, clean the antenna very good with a degreaser, then lubricate it with a silicon spray. Open the trunk, unplug the power to the antenna, start your car with the radio turned on, stop the engine, plug the power source to antenna back in. Try it now, if you still have the same problem, either the relay is stuck and needs replacing or the antenna motor is shorted and needs to be replaced.
Thankfully mine just died in the up position. Replacing them is a bear. 1. Turn the steering wheel to the far left position. 2. Disconnect the negative cable from your battery. 3. Remove the right inner fender splash shield (4 plastic studs, 3 screws) 4. Remove Phillips head screw retaining the antenna to the fender 5. Disconnect antenna lead and motor wires 6. Remove the two bolts from the lower bracket 7. Carefully pull the antenna and wiring assembly doen through the wheel opening
*For easy access remove the right front tire. Remove the fender well (phillips screws) to gain access to the power antenna. Disconnect the antenna and the plug. *If the gears are stripped you can purchase a replacement antenna and nylon gear strip cheaply on eBay
Remove the wiring harness from the bottom of your 1987 Buick Regal power antenna. Remove the power antenna retaining nuts. The power antenna will come off. Reverse the process to install the new power antenna.
You would need to get a tool to remove the notched chrome piece that holds the antenna mast, or carefully use pliers to unscrew it out. After you remove that, the antenna itself is held by a 10mm bolt. to get to it you'll need to open up the trunk lining near the antenna location and remove that bolt. Then, pull the antenna far enough to disconnect the antenna wire and power. Assuming the antenna motor is still functional, you can then replace the antenna mast with a new one. Or, you can install an aftermarket rubber antenna.
There is a plug on the front of the fuse panel that you can disconnect. It should be labeled and I believe it's an orange wire.
under the hood on the right hand side, just in front of the firewall are some relays. under the relays there are some wires that go to the motor. disconnect the coupling.
Remove the wiring harness from the bottom of your 1987 Chevy Corvette power antenna. Remove the power antenna retaining nuts. Reverse the process to install your new power antenna.
My 1994 Toyota Celica has a power antenna.
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Begin by removing the wiring harness from your 1994 Mercury Grand Marquis power antenna. Remove the power antenna retaining nuts. The power antenna will come off.
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.
how do you replace power antenna on 1988 deville
Sorry no. The 2010 4Runner doesn's have a power antenna.