How do you replace an Antenna on a 1990 Jeep Cherokee?
look uner the rear of the right front wheelwell. You should see a plastic cover with pushpins. Remove it and you should have access to the antenna.
The antenna mast screws into the antenna mount on the fender. Unscrew the old one and crew in the new one. If you need to replace the entire antenna mount, you will need a new antenna mount assembly with antenna cable. Unscrew the antenna and then unscrew the antenna mount nut. Unfasten the mud guard in the wheel well enough to pull it aside and reach up to the antennae. Remove the kick panel to…
The antenna should just unscrew from the base. If the base is broken then usually there is a cover to take off and screws are underneath. If not then it is screwed on from underneath the fender. You might have to take the inner liner out or out of the way to get to them. Have seen jeep do several different ways over the years. I hope I have helped some.
Yes but I'm not sure the benefits of doing so would ever be worth the hassles you'd encounter getting into the very small spaces that the drive motor has to be mounted and if you have an aftermarket stereo in the jeep you'll have to figure out the wiring. Most people want to replace a defective power antenna with a plain one.