The antenna can be removed.
■ Removing the antenna
Place the included wrench around the antenna.
When not in use, the wrench is stored in glove box.
Loosen the antenna with the wrench and remove it.
■ Installing the antenna
Tighten the antenna by one hand until it will not turn any more.
Using the wrench, tighten the antenna an additional 1/8th turn (20 to 45 degrees) to secure it in place.
After tightening the antenna, remove the wrench.
■About the wrench
●A standard 5/16 in. (8 mm) wrench can also be used to install or remove the antenna.
●After using the included wrench, store it in the glove box for safekeeping.
■To avoid damaging the antenna
Remove the antenna in the following situations.
●When using an automatic carwash.
●When the antenna will touch the ceiling of a garage, etc.
●When covering the vehicle with a car cover.
■Removing the antenna
●For normal driving, make sure the antenna is installed.
●When removing the antenna to use an automatic carwash, etc., be careful not to lose the antenna. Also, make sure to reinstall the antenna before driving the vehicle.
■Using the wrench
●When installing or removing the antenna, use the included wrench or a standard 5/16 in. (8 mm) wrench.
●Be careful not to scratch or damage the vehicle body with the wrench.
●Do not over-tighten the antenna.
Over-tightening may damage the antenna.
●Do not use pliers to install or remove the antenna.
Pliers may damage the antennaвЂ™s finish.
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