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My stereo has xm radio but does not give me that option when i press srs it only gives me radio and to play cd

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You have to buy another unit to hook up to your deck, your deck is compatable with xm but does not have it, my jvc is good for both kinds but i have to buy a brain for it then the radio unit as well.

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I just purchased a vehicle with a Pioneer car stereo in it and I can't figure out how to get my i pod to play. The stereo is a super tuner and it says mosfet 50 w x 4 on the front. I can't find...


First, is the radio even ipod capable. If it is, there should be an additional cable that plugs directly to the ipod or iphone. Usually when you attempt to use Sirius/XM, a phone number pops up on your radio for you to call. You will probably need the part number, which will be on the back of the radio. If you are not into all that trouble, you can purchase a new one that has all the functions you want and you will have all instructions and information available. Hope this helps.

Aug 24, 2011 | Pioneer Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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I have satelite radio system in my car it came with a remote.the name of the radio is a dualcd-rw x07500 cafrinae. you help me get the radio stations on there?


First, you attach the receiver to your car's dashboard using the included plastic stick-on holder. Next, you plug the power cord into your car's cigarette lighter to give the receiver its juice, and then you slip the attached cassette adapter into the audio cassette player of your car's stereo (this passes the satellite receiver's audio signal through to your car's speakers). Finally, you'll use a thin wire to attach a small antenna, about the size of a walnut, to your front or rear window--or for clearest reception, outside the car on its hood (though attaching it to the hood will require a professional installation for best results). Then just turn on your car's stereo, but use the attached receiver to cruise through satellite stations.

The benefit of this plug-and-play approach is that you can set up satellite radio in almost any car with little time and effort. The downside is that this approach adds a lot of ugly cable clutter to your car's interior. Also, even though the receiver is small, you have to take care to attach it to your dashboard without blocking an air vent so your car's air conditioning and heating is not affected. Finally, if your car has those nifty stereo controls built right into the steering wheel, you'll find that only the volume controls work with satellite radio--you won't be able to change stations with your thumbs.

If you want to keep your car's interior looking as spiffy as possible, you can buy a different kind of satellite receiver commonly known as a "head unit." These units, such as the XM Commander, replace your car's existing receiver, so they don't need a cigarette lighter's power or a cassette-tape adapter. They're a much more elegant option, but unless you're handy under the hood, you can count on spending at least $100 extra for installation fees. (If you're in the market for a new car, note that many 2004 and 2005 models include built-in satellite radio options.)

Hope that helps........

Jun 20, 2008 | Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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Cd stuck in cd player cannot be removed have replacement radio with computer components but have to remove old radio/cd player first how is this done?


hi may I clarify you are asking for a wiring instruction for your new car stereo or you are asking for mounting instruction?if so please give me the brand and model of your new radio and if you can post a picture of the car stereo back connection wiring .so I can help you in wiring connection of it. thank you...

Aug 22, 2011 | Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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Bass hits when i play the radio but not when i play a cd


Dont assume because you have set the bass and treble options for your radio that they will work for your cd, press the source button until you come to cd and then set your bass and treble again, hope this works

Dec 19, 2009 | Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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Left front and rear speakers sound muffled when playing cd's


after you play a cd while the cd is playing go into your audio settings and adjust theres settings foe each part on a stereo if u set the audio for AM//FM then play a cd the stereo changes to the cd settings

Jun 01, 2009 | Jensen Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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Need code for my hyundai santa fe cd player.... have lost the numbers, i have no idea.


· Turn the Vehicle ON 
· Go in the fuse panel
· Remove the memory Fuse 
· Remove the Radio Fuse
· Look in the Owners manual to locate the # position then Turn on the Vehicle  
· Wait for about 5 minutes then with the vehicle still ON put back the Fuses

If this does not work then follow the next step!
· Turn the key to the ACC position 
· Turn On the radio 
· After 1 hour 
· The radio should give you another chance to enter in 3 more codes.

Press the Eject button and keep it pressed while 
you also press the power on button. 
Remember keeping the eject button pressed, press the power on button.
“When the radio lets you put I the codes again try this putting in 
in these codes in the order that I give You ok”
1. 4712
2. 4323
3. 2537
4. 2283
   
  If this still does not work you need to call the dealer!
If your Vehicle was not purchased at a hyundai Dealership do not tell them 
so they do not refer you to the car dealer . If you describe your problem they should give you the Code over the phone… Make sure you call the 1-800 number 
Remove the stereo and look along the top edge of your stereo and you will see a small sticker with your serial number on it. Write this number down.
If you did buy your vehicle from hyundai Dealership
Write down your VIN #. Call your local dealership and give them your information They SHOULD give you your code,


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Sep 29, 2008 | Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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Need code 4 car volvo car tape/cd radio


The radio code is available from any Volvo dealership if you don't have the printed code # on the card that came with the car's owner manual. You will need to first obtain the serial number from the sticker on the bottom of the radio. Depending on year and model of your car, this can be obtained by yourself or have the dealer do it. Another option is that most car stereo shops will charge a small fee to remove and re-install your radio while getting the serial number for you. Take this number to the car dealer and they will give you the radio code. Input this and you're all set!

Sep 28, 2008 | Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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Fuses query


wat stereo? is it stock?and there is fuses in fuse box for radio.maybe listed under audio or receiver,amp,but there is fuses.maybe another fuse box in different location.also radios stop playing when the antenna gets disconnected,give me details.yrs make of radio and car

Jul 17, 2008 | Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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Can I plug my MP3 player into the aux. socket on my car radio, with the appropriate cable and play the stored music?


You should be able to do that as long as you have the right cable.

Most of the mp3 players have a "mini-stereo" jack (3.5mm) and some car stereos have the same type of jack for "aux" input, and others car stereos have RCA jacks for the "aux" input.

Even if the jacks are not the same type, you can use an adapter cable that converts the mini-stereo jack to an RCA jack. You can find them at many places like Best Buy, Circuit City or Radio Shack.

Depending on the type of car stereo you have, you would normally press the source button to change between the tuner, cd player, aux or whatever you may have connected to the stereo. You may even have a seperate button to press for the "aux" input.

I hope this was helpful to you, if you need more information just ask, and please give more info on the type of mp3 player and the make and model number of the car stereo.




Jun 21, 2008 | Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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