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Antenna for GM, Geo, Subaru or Toyota

Stainless steel, 1-section antenna

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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.

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 factory replacement model retracts if you need to protect it from a car wash or other hazard. Warranty: 30 days.

What's in the Box:

  • Antenna assembly with attached 89.5" cable terminating in a male Motorola plug
  • Rubber gasket
  • 2 screws

Antenna for GM, Geo, Subaru or Toyota Reviews

Average Customer Review(s):

(11 Reviews)

Decent unit

Anonymous from California on 5/21/2017

1994 Toyota Corolla
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Works well and looks good. As noted the screw holes don't align perfectly on a 7th gen Corolla ('93-'97) but you can drill a small hole and substitute a sheet metal screw for one of the holes. The rubber gasket is tight and -presumably- won't leak. It's something I'll look for in the next down pour. Installation note: In my '94 Corolla the antenna wire from the head unit actually connects to another wire that goes through the pillar (ie frame). You cannot pull the antenna wire out from the antenna side until you disconnect this and if you try you might end up pulling the whole wire out. Look for this connection near the driver's side vent. I found it easier to remove the console. If you do pull the whole thing out (I did), it's still possible to get the wire down through the pillar -- there is a small opening near the fuse box.



Works well but fit not perfect for 1994 Toyota Corolla

Michael from FL on 2/28/2016

1994 Toyota Corolla
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The instructions that Crutchfield included for radio removal were spot on. Removing the broken antenna proved to be much more challenging than anticipated as it was held in place by clips and could't simply be pulled out. Removal of gauge trim, vent with light controls, and the drivers side kick plate were needed to get the old cable out and the new one in. Once in, the mounting screws did not align perfectly as noted in other reviews. I installed the top screw in the factor location and drilled for the second screw. This is still a substantially less expensive replacement than OEM but isn't without issue.

Pros: Inexpensive replacement option Improved radio reception significantly

Cons: Replacement more difficult than indicated Mounting screws don't align correctly for a 1994 Toyota Corolla DX

Great Improvement

OLMJR from New York on 10/29/2015

1993 Toyota Corolla
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Installed on a 1993 Toyota Corolla Not a perfect fit but great improvement over a 23 year old antenna Installation easy but was only able to install with one screw Other screw misaligned but a couple of millimeters was not able too use second screw but still nice and tight

Pros: New. Reception is great. Easy install

Cons: was only able to secure with one screw the other hole for the screw is off by a couple of millimeters still tight though

Antenna for GM, Geo, Subaru or Toyota

Anonymous from Maryland on 5/19/2015

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

fits just like original equipment

Pros: a fraction of the cost when compared to OEM

Cons: none


Larry from Massachusetts on 5/11/2015

1994 Toyota Corolla
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Antenna works fine/the only problem I had was the holes did not align with car had to drill new hole to complete mounting



car antenna

mazi from vancouver wa on 10/2/2014

2002 Subaru Impreza Outback Sport
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

better than a broken cable, pretty crappy though.

Pros: i have some radio.

Cons: every station has static, the cord was about 2 feet short, and the antenna itself feel very flimsy

Crutchfield response on 10/6/2014 We forwarded this review to our Technical Support team for follow-up. Lifetime tech support comes with every Crutchfield purchase.

GC Subaru Impreza

Benny from Washington State on 1/1/2014

1993 Subaru Impreza
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This antenna was really nice looking right out of the box, but when it came to installation on a subaru it needed to be modified quite a bit in order to make it work. This included using a drill to enlarge the holes for the OEM screws to fit, so much so that part of the plastic broke off and I had to plastic weld the top back together. Second was the plastic sheath for the antenna rod to sit in needed to be removed pretty much entirely for installation on my subaru. Another problem was the rubber seal provided, it had shrunk and did not fit around the base of the antenna properly not really providing a good seal and overall doesn't look good. Once installed the reception and sound was very good, The cable length is just barely enough to reach the receiver. I wouldn't recommend this to someone with a GC/GM/GF subaru as it would be better to pick up a good used OEM antenna instead. That being said, the overall quality of this product was very nice with the exception of the seal.

Pros: Sound & Reception quality.

Cons: More of a universal product than a car specific product.

inexpensive stock replacement 98 Corolla

Jon I from Honolulu, HI on 6/23/2013

1998 Toyota Corolla
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Fit in the holes for my 1998 Corolla with no problems.



is not accurate fit

Michael from Gales Ferry, CT on 6/9/2013

1994 Toyota Corolla
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This item was not a good fit and I had to drill a new hole in exterior metal of car and use a metal screw to attach.



Antenna for 91 Toyota Corrolla LE

Anonymous from San Martin, CA on 5/1/2013

1991 Toyota Corolla LE
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

East to install , holes lined right up. Approx 20-25 mins to complete.

Pros: Exactly as pictured

Cons: N/A

Antenna for GM, Geo, Subaru or Toyota

Anonymous from Sun Prairie, WI on 3/16/2010

1993 Toyota Corolla
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This antenna is a good replacement, however, on the 1993 Toyota Corolla we bought it for, it was not an exact fit. The holes for the base that attaches to outside of the car do not align exactly with the factory holes of the car. No problem, though, attach the antennna base by aligning the lower hole with the lower car hole. For the upper base hole, simply drill a small pilot hole for a matching sized replacement black machine screw. Install the machine screw through the base and into the car post. Not a perfect fit but adaptable.




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Compatibility: The package states this antenna works with the following vehicles, but please use the Vehicle Selector to verify compatibility:

  • Toyota Corolla 1984-UP
  • Camry 1987-91
  • Tercel 1987-UP
  • Paseo 1992-UP
  • Geo Prizm 1989-92

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Recommended over oem[ John M.  Nov 17, 2016 ]

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