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you need to firstly trace the speaker wires to the unit to make sure there connected first. if they are then its a job for a car audio expert ( if there is such a thing) if the unit is connected to correctly to the speakers then there is an internal fault ..
To get your Sirius ID number from you MR-17 JBL stereo, select the Mode button until it displays "Sirius". Then push and hold the Mode button for a couple seconds and it will chirp and display 3 blank spaces. Enter three zeros, "000" in these 3 spaces. The Zero is the loud button labeled "LD". When you do that, it will display your Sirius ID number. :)
I had the same problem and there are a couple of reason why you may not be able to get into Sirius Mode.
You have the wrong type of antenna (it must be a Sirius approved antenna)
You may not have installed the tuner (most Sirius ready units need require that you have a tuner hooked up to your unit to get satellite reception.The tuners are specific to your unit, so make sure you but the correct one.This is quite sneaky on Sirius’ part…but good luck).
Use a multimeter to check for connectivity to the sirius.
Where did you mount the antenna? Maybe its a reception problem? Sounds like the head unit is going bad. Try shutting it down, and take the pace plate off, let it reboot and see if it works. Check to see if the Tuner is unplugged.