Power antenna blue wire cord

Asked by Nov 14, 2019 at 03:50 PM about the 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix

Question type: Car Customization

Does anyone know where do I connect the
blue antenna wire from the back of the radio...
I need to know where do I connect it to on the
passenger side of the fuse box location where
the wire are

4 Answers


better do some research , the days of black wire red wire are OOOVAAAAH ! ! The computer runs everything . You may need an interface for the programs and such . Try a car stereo pro shop and bring your wallet


The antenna wire does not go to the antenna?


The blue wire is only used if you have a power antenna. It sends power to the antenna motor to raise and the, lower the antenna. If your car is not equipped with a power antenna, just cap the blue wire in your radio harness. If it is equipped with a power antenna, there should be a corresponding wire that runs through the antenna connector.


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