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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-20-2007, 12:52 PM
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Satellite Radio help

I have been thinking about getting one and not sure what to look for and what is involved on getting one!!!! My head unit is kinda old BUT I believe it is setup for satellite radio.
 
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Re: Satellite Radio help

Is Nascar a must,
If yes than you have 1 choice

Sirius


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NASCAR isn't a must BUT would be great to have and the main thing I like is music while traveling to shows and other trips.Looking at my radio manual its says it XM ready BUT I guess now that probably won't manner if Sirius & XM merge!!!!
 
 
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This is correct
I would check with Ford if they have plug-in module for it



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I have updated my head unit to a Pioneer back in 02!!!!!
 
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Gordon you're a smart man! :drnk: Pioneer is the only way to go for head units! :thmbup:




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WOW....its been awhile since I have been called a smart man!!!!!

I have had Pioneer in most my past vehicles and also had Kenwood in a couple. I have had no problem with either one of them!!!!!
 
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Your PIO manual should tell you what you will need




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FYI, I come across the Streamer GT unit from time to time for $49 USD. This is the US version of the Starmate.
 
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