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The radio does not have a Sirius ID - it is not built in. THe CQ-HR1003u is Sirius READY - meaning... The CQ-HR1003U
can control an optional Sirius Satellite Radio tuner by Panasonic (item
In addition to the Sirius tuner, you will need an antenna and
subscription in order to receive Sirius Satellite Radio programming.
Here's a link to download the manual for your radio just copy and paste it in to your web browser and download the PDF file. You will need the reader to view it. If you don't have the reader you can download it for free at www.adobe.com
Verify your wire connections are correct. Keep in mind that if your amp is hooked up to the radios power antenna wire this is the problem. When you insert a cd the radio is designed to lower the antenna. If your amp is hooked up to the antenna wire the radio is shutting off the amp when you put in a cd Panasonic does this on most of all their units. You may have to hook your amp up to a separate switch to turn the amp off and on or hook it to your ignitions acc wire, if you hook it up to your ignitions acc the amp will stay on as long as your key is on even if you turn off the radio. Here's a link to download the manual for your radio just copy and paste it in to your web browser and download the PDF file. You will need the reader to view it. If you don't have the reader you can download it for free at www.adobe.com
OK JUST GOT OFF THE PHONE WITH PANASONIC AND THEY STILL HAVE NOT MAD THE NAVIGATION UNIT FOR THIS RADIO BUT YET THEY HAVE THE BUTTON ON THE RADIO. WHAT A RIP THEY CHARGED AN EXTRA 300 DOLLARS FOR A BUTTON THAT WONT WORK AND MAY NEVER WORK. SORRY GUY'S