Question about Car Audio & Video
I am trying to hookup an xm radio through the cassette player in my 96 maxima. It works for about a minute and then the cassette player ejects the tape. Do you guys have any suggestions? Is there any other way to hookup a xm radio or than the cassette adapter? My stereo doesn't appear to have any other inputs.
There is a problem in the tape drive - possibly a bad belt- thats why the cassette adapter keeps ejecting itself- most add on xm tuners have the ability to broadcast its signal wirelessly-you press the menu button then turn the tuner to select the menu option that you want then press on the tuner control again to choose broadcast (fm signal and which channel you want to broadcast to the factory radio-try www.xmradio.com for more detailed info
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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