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Old 12-27-2006, 09:32 AM   #1
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Post 2004 chevy truck w/xm - convert to sirius?

I have a co-worker who has a 2004 chevy pickup with factory xm- he'd like to convert to Sirius. what's the unit called ( I never really paid attention, as it had never applied to me before), and what stores (BB, CC, Ult elec, etc) do these conversions, and about how much does it cost?
thanks a bunch, for helping another cross-over to Sirius.
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They sell a device that they can hood into their factory stereo’s AUX input that allows them to listen to Sirius. A quick call and they'll tell you everything you need to know. Aside from the car unit the device I’m talking about is about $100. Good luck!
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thanks -I'll check it out.
somewhere I've seen tss-radio listed also, the unit being SIR-GM1 ,
from what I remember.
co-worker likes Buffett, and no idea it was on Sirius - I wonder how many other parrotheads still don't know?
thanks again - happy new year!
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