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Delphi skyfi2 Xm Radio Receiver car connection

Is there another way to connect my Delphi Skyfi2 recevier to my car radio other then the tape player kit. My stereo in the car will no longer keep the tape kit adaptor in to connect. Is the there a way to connect to a radio station?

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Yes, you can buy an FM Direct adapter that will allow you to transmit directly to your car FM tuner, but if you have an older SkyFi2, the Fm transmitter is so strong, you can sit the radio on the floor and tune your car radio to your preset XM channel, like 107.1 FM and it will work great. Go into "Menu" and pick a channel that's not used locally.

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