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Need to run a new antenna wire through a 2006 f150 but cant find out how to get it from fender to glove box. there was no existing wire to follow and i cant see wgere to send it.

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It is going to be a line up, and hunt and find without the antenna already installed, but doable.

Drop the glove box by opening it, and pressing in on the top corners, where the rubber stoppers are at.
After you have the glove box hanging down, this is what you should see ( less the orange wire, that is the factory antenna ).
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If you follow it across to the inner fender, there might be a hole with a rubber plug in it. The antenna is routed from the inner fender to the cavity, and then up to the mount.

Best I can offer for the location, considering I have an antenna already installed.

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