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I thought the stock headunit supported Sirius radio anyone know?

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Go XM yo, it's da bomb.

If the XM or Sirius head unit has a FM transmitter it will work with any head unit with an FM receiver.

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the stock radio (RBK) does support sirius, officially with the Mopar tuner.

I'm surprised someone hasn't asked about HID turn signals or reverse lights yet...
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Go XM yo, it's da bomb.

If the XM or Sirius head unit has a FM transmitter it will work with any head unit with an FM receiver.
I have xm and it blows. Anyone wanna buy a pioneer xm tuner and antenna with all wireing? pm me if ya do
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the stock radio (RBK) does support sirius, officially with the Mopar tuner.
hey can you give me more info on this? I want to get sirrus but I dont want to lose the cd changer functionality since 6 disc changer rules also.
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you need the satellite radio kit with the multiplexer. ask for the Neon kit at the dealer, you need the one for use with a CD-Changer.

I'm surprised someone hasn't asked about HID turn signals or reverse lights yet...
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Is that the adapter that plugs into the radio and has the "RCA" inputs for the satellite radio???



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you need the satellite radio kit with the multiplexer. ask for the Neon kit at the dealer, you need the one for use with a CD-Changer.

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No. the Mopar tuner plugs directly into the radio.

I'm surprised someone hasn't asked about HID turn signals or reverse lights yet...
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