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Need an In Dash XM Radio Installed on 1997 Honda

A Honda dealer told me that I couldn't just swap units. What do you mean high end?

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a good reset way is disconnect from power let set for a minute or 2 and then plug back in

radio id should be xm compliant the sterio your using to push the sound you need that id

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