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2007 Vera Cruz xm radio was working fine this morning, when I got in the car at noon, xm was not working. Message said "xm not ready" and it beeped and went to FM station.

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Hey did you pay the bill.lol I have had that problem before an my problem was a bad conection on the antenna or you might have a bad atenna .

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