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Old 03-19-2010, 10:58 AM   #1
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Default My XM bands just disappeared! Any ideas?

The XM1 and XM2 bands just disappeared off of my head-unit (2007 model year). I only get FM1, FM2 and AM when I cycle through with the band button. I installed a USA Spec PA11-Vette iPod adapter over 2 years ago and it has worked great until this past Monday. At the same time that I noticed the XM bands were missing, I also noticed that my FM presets were gone. Possible battery issue? Why would the bands just disappear? It just figures that my car is exactly 3 years old and just went out of warranty!

Any ideas? Of course, I will check for loose connections, but I thought that I would check real quick with you guys to see if there is something that is "known" that I should be aware of.

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Old 03-19-2010, 11:03 AM   #2
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Just keep hitting the band button or turn the radio off for a minute.Did that to me last week,and it wasn't the 1st time.
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The most common cause of the XM bands completely disappearing is due to the connector coming loose at the XM module. If your car is a coupe the XM module is located over the driver's side wheel well behind the carpet. If it is a convertible it is located inside the waterfall cover behind the center console. Should be an easy fix.
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Excellent. I'll give it a try. Thanks for the tips guys!
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Talon 90 beat me to the punch...as usual, but he's right, I've gone through this problem trying to install a PAL unit. Find the bad/loose connection and they should come right back.
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I've had the same thing happen to my Hummer as well. I just unplug the battery for about 30 minutes and when I reconnect the batter my bands are usually back. Try that if nothing else works.
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Old 03-22-2010, 10:38 AM   #7
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UPDATE: I checked all of the connections and everything looked fine. I decided to pull the PA11 unit and plug everything back to factory. My XM bands returned. So, I reinstalled the PA11 and everything works just fine now. Go figure. Must be a bad connection. Hopefully, it will not be a consistent problem.

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