Question about Sirius Sportster 4 SP4-TK1 Satellite Radio Receiver with Car Kit
My sirius radio started giving me a "no antenna" message, in addition to the usual "acquiring signal" message. Although I have worked through every possibility of the antenna being somehow disconnected (it is not) this message seems to come completely at random, but now, more and more frequently...
BTW, I keep my unit plugged into its dock and even have a securing screw in it to keep it from moving in and out, so I don't think the dock connection is worn out.
Does the message mean anything besides an actual disconnection of the antenna? Anything else I can do? The unit is less than a year old. -Chuck
Connections at bottom, push it towards you it will work, mine is doing it too looking for a fix
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
It could be the antenna wire is shorted especially if its the lower gauge wire.
Antenna's are fairly inexpensive to replace you could test it by setting a different antenna on the dashboard and see if the previous antenna is bad.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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