On a long ride home, the radio in your Honda can help you to relax and unwind. In order to receive the broadcasts from the air, the radio needs the Honda antenna. This part is located on the outside of the vehicle, and it is directly responsible for grabbing the radio broadcast from the air. When the radio station sends out a radio signal, the Honda antenna will receive it, if the antenna is in range. When the signal strikes this metal antenna, the electrons in the metal respond to the signal by moving down the length of the unit, to the radio. Once the radio receives the signal from the Honda antenna, it amplifies it, and converts it back to its original format, such as speech or music. Without the Honda antenna, the radio would receive no data at all. Normally, the only reason to replace a fixed Honda antenna is if it is broken or bent horribly out of shape. If this is the case, you will find the correct version for most vehicles in our online catalog, at a great price. When a motor is added to the Honda antenna, the potential problems increase dramatically. The antenna could come off its track, leaving the motor running continually, or the motor could die, leaving the antenna useless. If your vehicle was originally equipped with a powered Honda antenna, we also have the correct replacement for most vehicles, at significantly less than what the dealership would charge for a similar part. When you need to order a Honda antenna, have the choice of using our easy online ordering system, or placing the order through the phone, toll-free.