Question about Car Audio & Video
My Kenwood radio in my car lost its esn number when my battery went dead. Now I can not connect to my Sirius Radio account. I do have the esn number that was set up originally with Sirius for the radio. Sirius says the radio needs to be replaced - my question is - can this be fixed or does the radio have to be replaced? (The Radio is 3.5 years old and out of warranty.)
It would help if you supplied the model number of the radio?
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
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