Try contacting Sirius and have them send a reset signal.
Thank you! I had forgotten about doing that, as I only did it once on my Shaker about seven years ago.When I lost signal and sat radio wouldn't work I'd go to this site and send a refresh signal.
No need to speak with anyone.
The car should be out in the open and not in a garage that might obstruct the signal.
The only way I've ever seen an antenna fail is by physical damage.Yeah, you should check your antenna and see dealer for service.
yeah, i was just having some fun. i hope you figure it outThe only way I've ever seen an antenna fail is by physical damage.
I have to admit I was going to post the same thing this morning! I didn't. Wasn't sure how it'd go over.Yeah, you should check your antenna and see dealer for service.
My thought right now is a corroded antenna connector on the head unit.unfortunately, it might just do the actual head unit. a neighbor down the street drive charger scat packs. he has had 3 headunits go bad in the same car. 1st was delamination of the screen, then the next 2 just crapped out on him. it got to the point that he was going to hit them with a suit claiming the car was a lemon. the dealership and dodge gave him a new car. never found of what was causing this since he could never find anything about a tsb or recall on the headunits.