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What year is your Jeep?

It should have come with 1 free year...then when that expires you have to pay monthly, or every 3 months, or yearly for the subscription.

Is there a button on the radio that says SAT radio? If it does...Hit it and a 1-800 should pop up!
 

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What year is your Jeep?

It should have come with 1 free year...then when that expires you have to pay monthly, or every 3 months, or yearly for the subscription.

Is there a button on the radio that says SAT radio? If it does...Hit it and a 1-800 should pop up!
Model year is an '07. No option of SAT available on mine. Was hoping to add this feature with an additional Sirius module.
 

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I had the dealer put in the Mopar one in my '06 300C that had the REC radio in it. It was a pretty involved install. The only flaw with the install was the template to cut the antenna hole in the roof was slightly crooked. Wasn't the techs fault, it was actually the template. I saw a few other crooked ones around at the time.
 

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what model head unit?? REC?
 

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I had a Sirius receiver installed in my Lincoln Navigator (stock radio, no Sat connection). I went with the "Directed" unit. It plays through an FM signal (88.1 or something) I was quite surprised how good it sounded. Clean signal no noise whatsoever. (you can get add a filter if you want. Mine didn't need it). It's a compact unit and I actually had it installed in the flip-down sunglass holder in the headliner. Comes with a remote (never used it). Was probably $500 installed.



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