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Can Not find out if my radio has the Siruis satellite radio on it or not cannot find on radio. Have a att on top of truck.

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Try getting the model number of the radio, and doing a search online and see what comes up, then check out the specs. Sometimes if you can pull the radio out, you may be able to see if there is a connection on the back to input the mini receiver for Sirius. In most cases, the radio will have the Sirius symbol on the front of the radio signifying it is capable for reception

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