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Old 03-26-2005, 01:04 AM   #1
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I installed the factory sirius in my RB4 navigation stereo in my Dodge yesterday.Taking the dash apart and running the antenna wire thru the headliner were a lot easier than I originally thought.I had to cut a 3/4 inch hole above the 3rd breaklight for the antenna and that was a little nerve racking.It took around an hour and 3 coronas to do the job.My only problem is that the on screen display does not scroll the artist name and song,only the name of the station.I knew this ahead of time.The RB1 nav has that capibility.No big deal.If anybody wants to do this let me know and I will answer your questions.The indash install works on most factory radios
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I installed the factory sirius in my RB4 navigation stereo in my Dodge yesterday.Taking the dash apart and running the antenna wire thru the headliner were a lot easier than I originally thought.I had to cut a 3/4 inch hole above the 3rd breaklight for the antenna and that was a little nerve racking.It took around an hour and 3 coronas to do the job.My only problem is that the on screen display does not scroll the artist name and song,only the name of the station.I knew this ahead of time.The RB1 nav has that capibility.No big deal.If anybody wants to do this let me know and I will answer your questions.The indash install works on most factory radios
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