Question about XM Radio (XMP6000)
I've had my XM Radio for 9 months. It's an ExpressEZ installed in my 2008 Toyota Corolla. I've never had a single problem with it. 3 days ago, I turned off my car and the radio was working perfectly. When I came back to my car 5 hours later, the radio wouldn't pick up a station for more than 1 minute at a time, then it would lose the signal and blink "loading..." or "no signal". It never stays on any of these messages for very long. I called XM and they told me that it was a wiring issue, but I was skeptical, so I called my dealer and told me that it was definitely not a wiring issue. Can someone please help me??
There is an internal battery to hold the station and presets. It is probably no good. Either that or there is something very wrong with the unit.
Here is what I recommend. Call XM. Tell them your receiver is not longer functioning correctly and that you are thinking about canceling your service because you don't have a receiver. They will then offer you a receiver because they don't make much money on them, the make their money on the service.
that's how you get a new free satilite radio.
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
I am having the same exact problem in my VW 2006 TDI Jetta. This appears to not be limited to GM cars. The radio had worked flawlessly for 5 years until March 20. Only channel 0,1, 247 work. Multiple refresh signal had been sent. Although, at one point XM tech support stated that 6 signal were in cue at had not been sent due to a computer issue on their side. Still no solution. I guess I will be canceling my subscription.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
SOURCE: "not ready" message on XM radio
Remove the Audio Fuse and then put it back in and the problem is solved. So frustrating that I had to find this solution on another site as both the dealer and XM had no idea how to fix it. Dealer tried to tell me it was a bad radio and I'd have to get a replacement from Hyundai.
Posted on Jul 10, 2010
SOURCE: I am not getting any
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.
Posted on Feb 03, 2011
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