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Sirius ESN I am trying to transfer my Sirius to my Kenwood stereo and eliminate the radio I keep in my car, but I can not find the ESN number to switch it over. Can someone please help me? Steve

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    Need to program Sirius radio

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    Need connect my Sirius connection on my kenwood 518kvt radio

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Either look on your sirius tuner, or if you go go into your deck's main menu, it will probably say it there

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1. Go turn on your Sirius Radio and tune to Channel 184.

2. The technician put a "dummy" ESN in on my account, refreshed and then re-entered my original ESN back into my account and then re-sent the activation signal. **NOTE** Make sure you write down your original ESN number before you ask to have them do step #2....there is no way for them to recover your original ESN if they put in the 'dummy' ESN and refresh.

3. Within 10 seconds of putting doing step #2, my Sirius Radio said, "Updating Channels" and worked great.

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