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We lost the factory installed x.m. signal after driving our 2005 Pontiac Montana through freezing rain. A G.M. technician told us we need to replace the receiver. Could the problem possibly be with the antenna? Cost to replace receiver is outrageous.

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  • jwslc Mar 09, 2009

    Thanks for the quick response. The technician did code the unit and said the results indicated a faulty receiver. The cost to replace it is $485.00.

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Make sure the technician scans the module for codes before replacing. If the antenna is at fault, the module will set the specific code for the antenna.
Did he explain why the module would need to be replaced?
Let me know.
Regards,

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