It should play AM/FM and disc fine but not act like it has sirius.After that, plug the fuse back in and see if it to dealer on saturday,i guess it was a mistake.... It was doing that my whole drive home from work, but I had to stop for beer so I shut the car off while I was in the beer store and I came out and it was fine the fuse fix didnt last too long...started it up this morning and same thing..updating channels and it wont stay on satellite radio,keeps going back to fm......a call in to dealer now..started working on my way home from work...i think it is sirius not the radio itself.... Too many of us with this problem for it to be the radio.
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Please check out Mustang Cameras and Camera Accessories for an updated selection. labor-intensive portion was trying to remove the A/C control unit because the directions say to be extremely careful (at least the physical ones). The directions for the installation leave a lot to be desired.
The only real issue I have with the actual installation process is the Sync display and A/C control module having to be zip-tied together.
I understand why, but it was a pain to get them together and then in the cavity.
Now the dealer says it is a Sirius satellite problem and I have to wait for Sirius to reprogram their satellite. It's probably worth trying some things like that, not sure.
However, my 2010 BMW's and 2011 MB E350's Sirius receivers work fine so how can it be the satellite? I would try the re-hit a couple times myself at the Sirius site.
I had an 05 magnum with sirius that went crazy until I pulled its power for a little while.
Make sure you have the right fuse by turning on the radio and trying to enter SAT mode.
Make sure the Sirius XM antenna cable is not bent or broken.
Turn your Sirius XM radio off, then on, to reset this message.
The PDF instructions aren't 100% either, but are far, far better.