Automobile antennas operate using coaxial cable to connect the antenna to the radio, so repairing or splicing is similar to any other project using coaxial cable. Splicing one cable to another allows you to join two separate cables together into one connection.How do I replace the antenna on my car?
Turn off the car and remove the key from the ignition. Pop the hood on the car and remove the positive (red) battery cable from the battery terminal. This will ensure there is no electrical current following through any of the wiring in the car. Locate the two ends of the car antenna to be spliced together.What is the part number for antenna cable 40 eu30?
Metra Antenna Cable 40-EU30 Metra Antenna Cable 40-EU30 19 99 Part#40-EU30 SKU#616636 check if this fits your vehicle check if this fits your vehicle Free In-Store or Curbside Pick UpWhat type of antenna connector do I need for my antenna?
This is the standard 50Ω connector for all mobile phone and wireless broadband antennas. The FME connector is selected for its excellent performance in the 0-2GHz frequency range, and small connector diameter making it easy to fit in tight places.