Question about Sirius SIR-STRC1 Satellite Radio Receiver
This worked , but it is cheaper to buy a new unit then to replace the Antenna , Thanks for your help
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
Even with the antenna looking like it is in good shape, it still may be the problem here. Physical damage may not be present, but there could be electrical damage (power surge) or corrosion on the antenna if it is in a moist environment. A quick trip to a local stereo shop can confirm this as new antenna can be plugged in to the unit to test. Also, the problem is more evident when the antenna is mounted inside the vehicle. For best reception, it is recommended that the antenna be mounted to the exterior of the vehicle and have a clear view of the sky. Make sure that there is plenty of metal underneath the antenna and you should be fine.
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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