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Shark Fin Antenna Adapter, SFA12F
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- Utilize factory shark fin antenna
- High quality cable
- Works with SL3sat interface adapter
- Works with any Sirius or XM tuner
- Designed for Toyota and Lexus
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Shark Fin Antenna adapter utilizes your factory shark fin antenna installed on Toyota or Lexus vehicle. It connects already installed shark fin antenna to a Satellite radio tuner. This is the perfect way to gain all the luxuries of satellite radio without compromising the look of your car. MAKE SURE TO VERIFY COMPATIBILITY WITH YOUR CAR. Our adapters are made with the highest grade coax cable on the market to ensure the superior level of operation that the factory antenna is capable of.
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Other than that, as long as you get the right gender cable for your car, it works fine. This one has a female connection. This one has a male connection:
It's not a direct-fit, but it's the closest around! I just popped the old connector from the green housing (lift up on the white tab, pop it out, and then slip a small flat head screw driver into the connector from the wire side to lift up the retention tab) and insert. A bit of electrical tape later, and you're set. ...I just wish it was, like, shorter.
You *CAN* shave the housing to click in the OEM plug, too, but my way ensures the center pin doesn't get bent.