I have a 2007 Odyessey EX-L with Navigation. I've purchased the Directed Electronics HON-SC1 Siruis interface and the SiriusConnect Universal Tuner to convert the XM over to Sirius. I had them installed at Circuit City and the Sirius part of the radio is working properly. Unfortunately so is the XM. Both signals are still getting to the radio head unit and I can hear both XM and Sirus at the same time. Some people may dig this but it gives me a headache. The radio display also alternates between Sirius and XM information. The XM tuner obviously needs to be disabled or disconnected somewhere. The problem is we can't find it to disconnect it. Does anyone know where it is and how to disconnect? Neither I or the Circuit City dude can find it.
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
May be you should make a diagnostic and you can do it in a garage or you can do it by yourself if you want to do it by yourself you need some tools and you can find some good ones here:http://www.xcardiag.com/
You will need to remove the radio to get the serial number from the radio. The radio most likely can be repaired alot cheaper than a new one. You can click on the link to this Company to have your radio repaired http://www.hitechserv.com/ they repair all radios but you will have to have your radio removed and shipped to them so they can repair it. I have had electronics repaired by them and they do an excellent job. Give them a call and let them know what is broken so they can give you a rough estimate.
hi, i have been reading up a few things on your problem as such, apparently you can disable the onstar system by removing/unplugging the box that is located under the rear seat, i do not know if this will deactivate your satnav though, i suppose it is something to try and see what happens, if it does not work unfortunately the only way to do it is to get the dealership to deactivate it, but looking at this a bit more, as it is a subscription service surely you can get the company who the subscription goes to , to disable it for you at their end? just a suggestion.....hope this helps
There might be one if you go to a car stero store. I install the Suzuki XM tuner. The reason it is expensive, the tuner goes in the back of the car and you run the cable from there to the radio. Don Suzuki man
I am not sure about repairing the unit. Do you have a CD cleaner? You might check with a reputable auto electronics shop, one that specializes in car audio. They may have an adapter that will allow an aftermarket radio to be controlled from the steering wheel. Rosen makes a nice am/fm/cd/dvd navigation unit that also has XM and iPod inputs. The hard part will be to find supporting interfaces and wiring harnesses to fit a 99.
I do not know enough about the Hyundai's or the navigation systems to offer an answer. For those types of questions, you would either need to call and ask a dealer or go to http://www.alldatadiy.com , purchase a subscription for your vehicle, and navigate to the computer/electronics area. This is mainly where the dealers and auto repair facilities get their information as well. The cost is $26.95 for the first vehicle and 16.95 for each additional vehicle and the subscription is good for one year. The information is EXTREMELY detailed on everything from bulletins to recalls to diagrams to locations to repairs, etc. You can even check out a sample vehicle before you buy, so see for yourself. Sorry I can't help you further. Good Luck with it.
The DVD for the navigation is not loaded into the 6 disc changer. Push the passenger seat all the way forward and up. Get in the back seat and you can access it from there. There is a cover that might need to be popped down.