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SOURCE: I own a 2005 Honda

The xm radios come with a 3 month free activation when the vehicle is new. After that time period has expired, you must buy a subscription in order to receive xm broadcasts. You can purchase xm radio by calling 1-800-967-2346.

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SOURCE: my 2008 honda accord xm radio stopped working.

If it is a built in system, which is sounds like it is. Your XM receiver is not functioning correctly. I believe a replacement XM receiver is covered under your warranty if you have one with your Honda dealership.

Posted on Oct 20, 2012

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