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Improve the aerial on the device you are listening to it on, or move it slightly if it is portable. You can also listen to it online.

If that doesn't fix it, you can complain to your local radio telecommunication authority as the new station may be a pirate and not registered.

You can also phone the 104.9 and tell them.

local station 104 9 Google Search

Delphi Roady XT... | Answered on Mar 05, 2018


Rework a paper clip so it has a little hook on the end and shove it into the connector to hook the plastic piece and remove it.

Delphi Roady XT... | Answered on Mar 31, 2017


I just got my radio and home kit today, the hi pitched noise is awful so I looked online and found you.  I finally hooked the car adapter into a wall plug adapter and volla- NO NOISE!  Whew. It's a $9 adapter I got for my ipod car adapter....just has a hole to plug in the car adapter and you plug it into the wall.  
...good luck

Delphi Roady XT... | Answered on Jan 07, 2017


You either have an antenna issue or your receiver is at fault, it takes testing to determine this.

Delphi Roady XT... | Answered on Sep 07, 2016


KQWC 95.7 is the only FM station that is out of webster city which is the 50595 zip code.

Delphi Roady XT... | Answered on Mar 03, 2015


Under menu, select FM frequency. Try using different frequency. A nearby FM station could be bleeding its signal onto the FM frequency your unit is using by default.

Delphi Roady XT... | Answered on Mar 03, 2015


First, make sure that you have a very good signal - check channel 1 audio. Then go to the MENU and 'RESET' to factory settings.
Then call SiriusXM and have them send a 'REFRESH' signal - leave it on channel 1 for about 20 minutes, then check and see if you have Channel #4 - if you do, then dial-up Channel 71 - you should have Sinatra - UNLESS, you have a MUSIC-ONLY subscription, which limits your channels to only the specified ones. But, with XM Select or higher, you should have channel 71 again. Let me know how it goes. Good luck.

Delphi Roady XT... | Answered on Aug 25, 2014


I would do the following, hoping one of them works.

1) DISCONNECT the power to the radio and SiriusXM unit to "clear" it. Then reconnect and ask Sirius to resend signat.

2) Ask Sirius to UNSUBCRIBE that radio so it is deactivated. Then, have them reactivate and resend programing signal.


3) Be sure your car is outside under clear sky when Sirius sends the program signal.


4) It is possible the antenna cable to your unit is loose at the connections and/or damaged. A weaker signal may get your stations, but may prevent the additional Navigational signals. Have the antenna checked thoroughly and tested. If car is still under warranty, this should be a covered diagnostic/repair.

5) Finally, be sure the correct Radio Serial Number is being activated. If your radio works, that is one service. But maybe they are putting a wrong number by some chance into the system to fix this one? For example, you have TWO radios in TWO cars. Are they sending the turn on signal to the WRONG radio? Not as farfetched as you might think.

Good luck!

Delphi Roady XT... | Answered on Jun 19, 2014


Copper czge? You mean the plug that goes into the base unit? Or just the antenna connection on the roady?

Delphi Roady XT... | Answered on Jun 15, 2014

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