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Replacement Antenna for Chrysler, GM, Honda, and more

Stainless steel, 5-section for vehicles with 1" or 3/4" holes

Item #: 12044U105

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Have a broken antenna? You're in the right place. Did your radio reception (particularly on the AM band) go bad all of a sudden?Your antenna may be the culprit.

This antenna offers a convenient solution for most cars and trucks with 1" (25mm) or 3/4" (19mm) holes. It has five sections, allowing you to retract it if you need to. The antenna comes with keys which allow you to lock down the antenna. Warranty: 30 days.

Replacement Antenna for Chrysler, GM, Honda, and more Reviews

Average Customer Review:

8 Reviews

Works great, as designed

Written by: Arch from California on July 1, 2015

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Worked for my 92 Acura Integra sedan. Easy installation, works perfectly

Pros: Ease of use and install Price


Good and affordable product

Written by: FShams from Columbus, OH on February 5, 2015

1995 Toyota Camry
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This is a good and affordable product. The reception is quite good but not 100%.... However, it is a good quality product.

Pros: Easy to install.... Good Quality.

Cons: Needs a little fine tuning to provide best reception.

Great replacment antenna

Written by: DavidD from North Ozarkistan, AR on June 29, 2014

1977 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce
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I installed this antenna on the rear fender of an Alfa Romeo Spider. It fit into the small space available and seems to do a very good job of pulling in stations.

Pros: It can be pushed down flush for installing a car cover. Does a better job of pulling in stations than the old antenna

Cons: none

Replacement Antenna

Written by: Anonymous from Encinitas CA on December 20, 2013

1992 Toyota Celica
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Did the job works great



Fits my 1974 260Z

Written by: Jerry Z from Whittier, California on September 1, 2013

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I was hesitant to purchase this item...unsure of the fit. But once I contacted Crutchfield, the support team assured me of a good fit and if not, I could easily return the item.

Pros: If done right, the antenna looks customized for the car. This is a manual antenna but for the price it is a cheap alternative for the expensive motorized antenna which is very hard to find and exceeds $200. I was satisfied to the point where I purchased another one just in case...

Cons: The company who manufactures this item has a poor rating when it comes to customer service. I am glad that Crutchfield carries this item. Crutchfield has an excellent rating with it comes to customer service.

Fit the bill

Written by: CW from Northville, MI on August 30, 2013

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I needed a simple low cost solution for a power antenna that went bad in my 1999 GMC Savana. This was it.

Pros: Easy install and great reception.

Cons: Make sure you consider an antenna cable extension as the cable on the antenna isn't very long.

Proper connection

Written by: Anonymous from Dallas on May 16, 2013

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good product, right price fast shipment.



Adequate antenna

Written by: Bob C. from South Austin, Texas on November 27, 2012

1963 Ford Falcon
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No instructions! I've been a radio station Chief Engineer, a working electrician and an alarm system installer over nearly a 40 year period. No telling how many car radios I've installed for myself and friends, but I had to call Crutchfield tech support for clarification on the purpose and use of the keys and the support bracket that is not shown in the product picture. The tech I spoke with (Josh S.) was able to talk me through the things that weren't clear to me. I rate him as a 5, which lifted my overall score to a 4.

Pros: Inexpensive, good tech support, free shipping, seems well built. Can't report on performance yet as it's not installed yet.

Cons: No instructions, purpose and use of some parts was not clear.

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What's in the box?

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  • Antenna assembly with attached 48" cable terminating in a male Motorola plug
  • Retaining nut
  • 2 plastic mounting spacers
  • 2 metal cover pieces
  • 2 plastic mounting bases
  • 2 rubber gaskets
  • 2 under-fender retainers
  • 2 under-fender retainer rings
  • 3 self-tapping screws
  • 2 keys
  • Metal bracket

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The package label states that the antenna is a universal locking antenna for cars and trucks with 1"/25mm or 3/4"/19mm holes, but please check the Vehicle Selector to verify compatibility.


The 1"/25mm base is adjustable to 35 degrees and the 3/4"/19mm base is adjustable to 25 degrees.

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