The stock roof-mounted antenna on the 2005 Toyota Matrix will unscrew from the antenna base that is attached to the roof. If your original antenna has been stolen, you should be able to obtain a replacement antenna and just screw it on the the antenna base that is still attached to the roof of your Matrix.
Remove the old antenna. Attach the universal antenna to the radio and replace the radio after finishing the task. Install the new antenna. Test to ensure the wiring works.
To install a manual antenna on a 1996 Toyota Camry, a hole will have to be drilled into a fender somewhere near a side mirror, if there isn't already one there. The hole should be smaller than the nut that will hold the antenna on. Thread the antenna wire in and connect to the back of the radio, then tighten down the nut to hold the antenna in place.
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Its for installing an auxiliary audio device, like a CD changer or a satellite radio. You have to remove your radio to attach a device to it. There was no auxiliary input in the 2003 Toyota matrix and was not optional the first aux was for the 2006 matrix and up
I know that the antenna runs down to below the steering column. I think that you need to unplug it from the back of the radio as well. Is there any easy way to replace an old one?
Most Toyota trucks have their antennas unscrew. So try to just unscrew the antenna at the base.
you can't do that
get a manual
Sure you can. Just wrap it around your car's antenna.
trying to install a new antenna cable, from outside the truck to the radio, how do i do this
you can't do it yourself you have to get help from a pro
yes from what i understand, using the radio antenna can mess up your radio and your cell phone
read the instructions manual.
Read the directions!
it is under the front hood by driver's side
yes. Remove radio/audio system. unplug the antenna connector in back of the radio. leave it disconnected. install new antenna in the location of your choice. Run wiring through the vehicle to the audio system and reinstall 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.
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Connect the wiring harness and the antenna cable to the back of the new radio. Slide the radio into the radio slot. Secure the radio with the retaining screws.
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Slide the new radio into the radio slot. Attach the wiring harness and the antenna cable. Secure the radio with the retaining bolts.
You can replace the radio, on your 1996 Toyota, I removing the radio front cover. Remove the retaining screws. Unplug the wiring harness. Reverse the process to install the new radio.
Remove the radio retaining cover. Remove the radio retaining bolts. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the radio. Reverse the process to install the new radio.
Remove the 1994 be a week Century radio decorative cover. Remove the radio retaining screws. Pull the radio out. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the radio. Reverse the process to install the new radio.
remove wheel and remove the plastic liner inside the fender. remove the radio and disconnect the antenna wire. Tape another, 10' long wire to the end of the antenna wire. Unscrew the nut around the antenna from on top. pull the antenna and antenna wire out through the fender. Tape the 10' long wire to the new antenna wire and pull it back through the dash to the radio.