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You need a static blocker/inhibitor get it one at any stereo installation center or radio shack and wire it in the hot or ground. There are different types the sales person can help with the type for your vehicle. Gunny :-)

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The problem is amazingly simple. The red wire goes to your ignition so it turns the radio off when you power down your car so as not to discharge the battery. The YELLOW wire is usually your memory and it connects to the power side of your fuse box (anywhere will do as long as it's powered when the car is off completely). Occasionally this wire is blue but it's rare. This wire draws a tiny little bit of power so your stereo doesn't 'forget' your station settings etc. BTW Pioneer is one of my favourites :)

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Check the fuse. There should be a fuse for the radio, either in line or in the fuse box.

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did you check wires from the xm antenna to the receiver???//

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please, provide the last 4 digits of your radio barcode. eg. A123preciso dos 4 ultimos digitos do codigo de barras do autoradio.

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Hi there- Could you send me an email with your contact information to [email protected], so we can help. Thanks, SiriusXM Digital Care Team

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More than likely its the power jack on the unit. Wasn't made to be plug and unplug too many time. If good with a soldering iron you can fix it yourself, You can do it.

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I have Sirius and I have noticed this problem a few times. What worked for me is unplugging the unit. I have a toyota and I installed the Sirius modules behind the glove box. All I do is unplug the units from the power source and the feed to the radio, then let it sit for a few minutes, plug it back in, worked every time for me.
Hope this helps.

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This type of problem can only be sorted by a radio tecnician.

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You can see there will be 4 or 5 screws behind the frond panel. Remove thes screws frond panel and remove tha back cover . There is a spring loaded knobe (used to eject the panel) inside so when you open be careful. don't miss that spring. Now remove the board from the case. Then you can see the knobes in the frond panel. replace the knobe which is broken , from the other unit that you have. You can open that unit also like this. After that reasseble the frond panel. don't forget to palace the knobe and spring back. When you close the back cover you shoudld be careful because you have to propely palce the other end of the sprig loaded knobe in to the small hole in the back cover. Then screw it back. Attach the frond panel to your system and check.
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You have a bad unit. What is your model number?

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Please call XM hotline its 1-800-xmradio or visit the new site siriusxm.com.

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With a Satellite Radio receivers you need to make sure the Antanna is on the top of the car. with nothing obstructing it. As it pulls the info from a Satellite. Now some bigger cities have terrestrial Antenna. But check the line for the Antenna make sure there is not bare wires showing and make sure that it is not damaged in any way.

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XM radio broadcasts exceeds the duration of free transmition requiring subscription to acquire broadcasts. Contact an auto electrical stereo installation facility to acquire the plans available to reestablish the malfucntion. Usually, auto stereo stores provide the experiece of exploring to acquire the most appriopaite devices compartible with vehilce making installation achievable. The auto retail provides the inspection of whats already installed in the vehicle to determine the most appropiate kit to achieve XM broadcats expereices.

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I have the same problem done the same things ( not to much fun talking to customer service) and the problem continues. did you solve yours?

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tune to the station you want and then hold down the number buttons for a few seconds.

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XM radio os provided free for duration lasting a year. Once duration is exceeded a request to extend services is required as subscriber to continue to acqurie broadcasts.

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You need a FM direct adapter its plugs in behind the radio in your antenna. the part number is FMDA25its says Siruis but it works for XM.

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this could be an internal problem with the unit you might also check your antenna

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