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you shouldnt have to purchase any other cables to hook up sirus however somtimes due to the changes in the manufactor weather it be xm or sirius you may come across your radio not interfacting with the package you bought you might want to check the manufacture about this sirius 99 percent of the time will hook up to most JVC Alpine, Kenwood, ECT but you need to look at the back of your reciever at your connections on the back you should have in output and or input for for either aux in the back such as for a cd changer or in your case that will be used for your sirius hook up. My names Josh and i hope your able to get it figured out.
I had the same problem. My 2008 Hyundai Azera had 37,800 and my wife went over a speed bump the XM radio went off and displayed "Not Ready". I raised the hood, pulled the negative battery cable for about a minute, replaced it and fixed the problem. Only issue is, this happens every couple of days. I'll probably continue to do this till my xm subscription runs out then to heck with it.
Remove the Audio Fuse and then put it back in and the problem is solved. So frustrating that I had to find this solution on another site as both the dealer and XM had no idea how to fix it. Dealer tried to tell me it was a bad radio and I'd have to get a replacement from Hyundai.
Try this: On the fuse panel in the dash is a black jumer not described in the manual or panel cover. It's a quick power disconnect for radio and clock. Pull it, wait for a brief time, replace it in the original orientation.