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Dorman 76854 Antenna - Black, Screw-on Antenna, Direct Fit
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Toyota Antenna Articles

The daily commute can seem to expand dramatically when, on top of the traffic, you no longer have the benefit of your Toyota antenna bringing in the radio waves from the air and translating them into the sounds that help you keep your sanity in the face of the numerous stresses of the road. If you need to replace a missing or broken Toyota antenna, you'll find just what you need in our online catalog, and at a price that make it easy to handle this repair right away, no need to wait for the piggie bank to fill up, or to supplement your income by collecting returnable bottles and cans in hopes of eventually hauling in a load big enough to bring back your sounds. No, getting your replacement Toyota antenna from us will not require a large investment of your hard-earned money, nor will installing the standard type demand much of your time. If you are replacing a motorized Toyota antenna, that process may take a bit longer and be a little more complicated, but having your radio back will make your daily commute will seem so much shorter that it's sure to seem like time well spent. Our online catalog is well organized and efficient, and you'll easily locate the best Toyota antenna options for your vehicle by entering your year and model. Once you've chosen the right version for your vehicle, you can order it with ease online and feel secure that your personal information will be protected by our up-to-date encryption. If you would rather order your Toyota antenna by telephone, we also have a toll-free number that you are welcome to make use of to contact a customer service representative who will be pleased to help you place your order.

Finding Toyota Antenna Dos and Don’ts

Can you still pick up clear radio signal from your favorite FM radio station or has it gone intermittent already? You know that you deserve better than just weak or intermittent signal, especially when you have to drive your Toyota for miles and the only company that you have is some audio entertainment. But reliable radio signal is particularly critical when you need to tune in to an AM station for updates on the weather or important events. You have to find the Toyota antenna that will give you the reception that you need whenever and wherever you are. Here are some practical tips:

Dos

  • Do consider antenna adapter

While many cars can use an appropriate type of antenna regardless of brand, there are those that are designed to match only with a certain brand. But even if your Toyota is of the latter type, you can now use non-specific brand of less expensive antenna. All you need is a compatible antenna adapter.

  • Do change when necessary

You don't need any unnecessary spending, so carefully inspect your Toyota antenna first before heading to a store for replacement. A simple tightening of the mast or assembly is all that you might really need if you can still pick up reception even if the antenna wiggles around a lot. But if rust or corrosion is apparent with your mast or if it is already broken, a replacement is the best solution.

  • Do weigh the benefits

You don't just pick out any Toyota antenna that you think would work with your car. Retractable antennas, for instance, can easily get snapped when extended but are less prone to damage when retracted. The whip type, on the other hand, is flexible and resilient to adverse weather conditions but is prone to corrosion. The internal antenna is inexpensive and lasts long but offers poor reception. And as for the satellite antenna that can get you superior signal and sound quality, the cost is something you should rethink about. You can ask the dealer about every advantage and disadvantage of each type of antenna so you can choose the best one.

Don'ts

  • Don't stick with the branded

Many owners are limited to just a few options, because they seek specific brands. They mistakenly think that branded antennas perform better than that of off-brand. Most off-brand antennas, though, perform just like the more expensive branded ones but with less cost. So freely explore all other options.

  • Don't rely on the cost

Do not equate quality with price. In fact, there are a lot of less expensive car radio antennas that are as good as the pricy ones. Do your research in order to learn about what every cheap antenna has to offer. Ask a number of reliable people about the quality of your prospect. And inquire the dealer about its details.

  • Don't trust just any online shop

It's a reliable dealer that assures you of the quality of the Toyota antenna. Sad to say, many online shops post fraudulent product information, so buy only from your trusted dealer.

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