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How do i install the xm receiver?

I dont have a tape deck in my car. Is there another way of installing the receiver?

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Yes, the unit should have a FM mode where you can use it to transmit the signal over your FM stereo. The unit should come with a FM transmitter and it should be in the instructions on how to install it. All you have to do then is make the unit play on the same station your radio is on.

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