Or you can do what a few of us did ... just reach through the radio opening in the dash and stick the nav antenna on top of the plastic duct running left/right directly behind the radio. There is room on the right side of the duct as it slopes slightly down. I get perfect signal, and the entire install took maybe 10 minutes.Gentleman said:The nav antenna goes under the dash, up close to the windshield, pop off the dash cover ...
RB1 navigation antenna:GotMyHEMI said:Anyone have a picture of the antenna everyone is placing in the dash?
There is no "factory location" on a Ram as the RB1 was never installed from the factory in any of the Rams. There is also 3 different antenna's for the RB1 depending on what vehicle it came out of. The antenna for the Pacifica is different from the Mini-van and there is one more that is different from those twoDeputyRAM said:RB1 navigation antenna:
You can see where there are holes to secure it in the factory location somewhere under the dash, but it works fine using double-sided tape really anywhere.
OK, you are right about the RB1, but the RB4 is an option from the factory and I seem to remember reading a thread a while back with pics (or manual pages) of the antenna's stock location under the dash skin. Oh, BTW, here is the RB4 antenna in case you are interested ... they all look about the same:Ram3500Dually said:There is no "factory location" on a Ram as the RB1 was never installed from the factory in any of the Rams. There is also 3 different antenna's for the RB1 depending on what vehicle it came out of.