For antenna mounting locations at the front or middle ofthe roof, the cable can be routed down along the door jam and into the car. In some cars, the cable may be brought into the vehicle through the grommet in the doorjam which carries the power window and power lock wires. Ifthe cable does not fit easily through this grommet, do not try to force it through. Instead, route the cable under the weather seal near the lowest part of the trunk to reduce possible water leaks.
Use pre-existing wiring channels created by the vehicle manufacturer whenever possible.
The antenna contains a powerful magnet that will secure it to a metal roof under normal driving conditions. No additional tools should be needed to mount the antenna.
Installation P!o(ednre Step 1
Remove the car stereo head unit from your dash board.
Depending on how your head unit was installed you may have to remove part or all of your dashboard to remove the head unit before the head unit can be pulled out. You may also have to remove screws to complete this step.