Question about 2008 Hyundai Veracruz
After replacing a dead battery in my Hyundai Veracruz, my XM radio is giving me a ''NOT READY'' message. Dealer told me to call XM. XM says it is an issue of the radio not being programmed to recognize XM is installed and is a dealer issue since it has to do with Hyundai's integration of their radio and XM. In this state, it is not possible to tune to channel 0 or any channel for that matter. Does anyone know how to get my XM back?
I have had this problem at least a half-dozen times, and the simplest solution is to pull the 2 fuses labeled 'audio 1' and 'audio 2.' It resets the radio, but it will work for a while after that (until I have to do it again). Had the xm unit replaced 3 times, new antenna installed, replaced the antenna connection wire - it always dies within a month.
Posted on May 03, 2010
It's still under warranty... take it in for 'warranty' repair!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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