Ford Mustang Service Manual: Antenna

Torque Specifications

Antenna


Antenna

The antenna system consists of:

  • antenna mast
  • antenna base and cable
  • antenna lead-in cable

The radio antenna uses a two-piece coaxial cable to connect the audio unit to the antenna. The front antenna lead-in cable is connected to the audio unit and has an in-line connector at the RH cowl side.

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