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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Tacoma radio antenna
Use an antenna wrench to remove the chrome nut (I found a wrench on JC Whitney's website). Once the nut's removed, do the following (copied from the factory service manual):
REMOVE ANTENNA ROD
(a) Turn the ignition switch to ”LOCK” position.
(b) Press the ”AM, FM” buttons on the radio receiver, and simultaneously
turn the ignition switch to ”ACC” position.
The rod will extend fully and be released form the motor
After removing the antenna rod, leave the ignition switch
on ”ACC” position.
To prevent body damage when the antenna rod is released,
hold the rod while it comes out.
2. Auto Antenna Models:
INSTALL ANTENNA ROD
(a) Insert the cable of the rod until it reaches the bottom.
When inserting the cable, the teeth on the cable must face
toward the rear of the vehicle.
Insert the antenna approx. 300 mm (11.8 in.).
(b) Wind the cable to retract the rod by turning the ignition
switch to ”LOCK” position.
If the ignition switch is already in ”LOCK” position, do step
1 (c) first, then turn the ignition switch to ”ACC” position.
In case the cable is not wound, twist it, as shown in the
Even if the rod has not retracted fully, install the antenna
nut and inspect the antenna rod operation. It will finally retract
(c) Inspect the antenna rod operation by pressing the radio
wave band select buttons.
You can buy a new power mast online (ex. Discount Toyota Parts) for about $30.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
it is located behind and below the glove box,you might want to remove the glove box assembly to see it easier,
there are four screws holding a blower motor cover you to take off first,now remove the screws holding the blower motor up,disconnect the motor wires.
if your changing this because you think its bad,you should test the blower motor wires with a test light with the key on and blower switch turned on.if you have power in the wires,then it is bad.
but if you have no power in wires it could be blower motor resister,or switch.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
The engine plenum will have to be removed. This is what the air goes thru to get to the engine intake. Remove ground, mark tag remove required cable, wires and hoses, take digital photos as you go. Be patient. The good news is we don't have to change them every 20K miles.
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
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